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Tito Ortiz Responds: "I Was Protecting The Kids From Jenna's Addiction"

Last night Tito Ortiz, who was arrested for a domestic dispute against his girlfriend and the mother of his children Jenna Jameson, had a press conference to respond to allegations he is a horrible human being.

Teary-eyed, Tito used the opportunity to tell the world that Jenna is on drugs. Because after being accused of beating a woman, you should try and make her look as bad as possible? No, no—he was trying to save her from herself.

“Jenna has been fighting a battle with OxyContin addiction for the past year,” Tito’s attorney Chip Matthews said.  “For Tito and her family this has been an uphill battle.”

” Unfortunately this morning she had a relapse. Tito was trying to help her, she has threatened suicide before. Tito has done everything in his power to protect her privacy and the privacy of their children.”

According to Tito this is what happened: He confronted Jenna about her drug use and she suffered an “emotional breakdown.” This led her father Larry, who was not present, to call 911.

Tito also claims he never touched her, stating: “It means the world to me, my friends and family for their support. My parents have been through an addiction and I see it in the mirror again. I am not going to let my family go through that.  I speak from my heart, I hold everything dear to my heart that Jenna will be okay.”

As for the visible marks, not true he says. And the bandage she was wearing on he arm (click here for a pic)? A minor scratch. He also claims that her parents are siding with him.

“When you’re dealing with people on OxyContin they don’t always have the best sense of balance,” his attorney added. “Jenna and Tito have two children together, they planned on spending the rest of their lives together. They want nothing more than to work together on this.”

Do you think Tito is telling the truth?

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