Jameson dealing with Ortiz drama

BY foxsports • October 22, 2013

Jenna Jameson and Tito Ortiz's relationship has played out in the public eye, and now that the two are going through a custody battle, more and more of their dirty laundry is being aired.

Jameson appeared on the "Opie & Anthony Aftershow" this week to promote her new erotic novel, "Sugar" — billed as a "Fifty Shades of Grey"-ish effort written with erotic novelist Hope Tarr. However, the interview quickly turned into a conversation about her on-going issues with Ortiz. (You can listen to the full interview here, but be warned that it could contain language some readers may consider inappropriate.)

She also made an appearance on the New York FOX affiliate's "Good Day New York" on Monday that was so bizarre it was cut short:

And also on what turned out to be a busy Monday, she gave an equally strange interview on "FOX411". According to FOX News, Jameson "arrived about 20 minutes late to her scheduled 1 p.m. interview . . . (and) required assistance getting on the set."

Jameson later claimed she was tired during the "Good Day New York" interview. She said the same thing about the FOX 411 interview, according to FOX News.

"I'm bummed. I'm super-bummed. I have a bad ex" is what Jameson said on "Opie and Anthony."

But she was able to let the world know she was on the show, at least.

And then she apparently became a case study in a philosophy course.

While Jameson first went public with her issues with Ortiz back in May, she has seemed increasingly troubled over her custody situation lately, making it public with Twitter posts.

The former adult film star called Ortiz "a good liar" on "Opie and Anthony" and claimed it has been months since she saw her twin boys, Jesse and Journey. She also alluded to Ortiz having domestic violence and drinking problems.

"I hope that he gets sober, and I hope he does well in his fight that he has soon, but I just want to make sure that I am with my kids," she continued.

Despite all that, the former adult film star says she believes the situation eventually will come to an amicable resolution.



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