It wouldn't be a complete rotation of planet Earth if the 24-hour period somehow passed without some bonkers new development in the ongoing feud between Ronnie Magro and Jen Harley.
Yes folks, Rahn is back at it - and we regret to inform you that he once again refuses to stahp.
As you're probably aware, the turmoil between Magro and his baby mama seems to get uglier every single day.
The current drama began late last month, when Ronnie was tased and arrested after allegedly assaulting Jen.
The incident took place at a Los Angeles Airbnb.
Needless to say, the situation has resulted in some major legal headaches for Magro in the ensuing weeks.
It's bad. Really bad. So bad that Ronnie is facing six years in prison if convicted of all the charges against him.
But it seems he believes the worse outcome is not prison, but the fact that Harley obtained a restraining order.
This protective order all but prohibits Ronnie from seeing the couple's 19-month-old daughter, Ariana.
So we suppose that the latest update on this messy situation contains both good news and bad news for Ron.
First the bad news:
Jen is out there telling the whole frickin' world that Ronnie cheated on her constantly while they were together.
Including one instance in which he allegedly slept with her best friend. (We know ... Jen has friends?!)
But the good news is that, despite his infidelity - and ya know, that whole violent assault situation - Jen is looking into having Ron's restraining order lifted.
Don't take our word for it, take hers.
“You cheated, you lied, you f–ked up. It’s always been you,” Harley wrote on her Instagram story on Wednesday.
“I don’t want to hear about Ron and all these girls I know believe me there has been sooo many screenshots and pictures," she added.
"I’m use to it I know he’s hooking up with my friend to get back at me (back at me for not wanting to get back with him)," Harley says.
"It’s a cycle that never ends. I’m exhausted and disgusted by it.”
Rough. But now for the good news. Relatively speaking.
“The protective order issued last Friday is good for the pendency of the case,” Rob Wilcox, a spokesman for the Los Angeles City Attorney’s Office told celebrity gossip site Us Weekly on Tuesday.
“Once, and if, the defendant is convicted, a more long-lasting one will be issued.”
Okay, sounds like more bad news for Big Ronnie.
But bizarrely, it seems Jen has decided that limiting Ron's ability to see his daughter amounts to cruel and unusual punishment.
“I’m not keeping Ariana from Ron I did not ask for a restraining order,” she wrote on Instagram.
“I’m working on getting it dropped so he can see her if he wants too.”
Well, that's nice, we suppose.
Seems like Jen could work out some sort of situation where Ron would be forced to stay away from her - again, because of that whole violent assault thing - but would still be allowed to see his daughter.
Is that a good idea? Will they just get back to- Eh, whatever.
At least these two are trying to do right by their daughter.
We just hope they don't end up making a bad situation infinitely worse by getting back together "for the kid" again.
Come on. You know they're the types that would.