Tito Ortiz Lets It All Hang out on Twitter: Physically and Emotionally

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Tito Ortiz Lets It All Hang out on Twitter: Physically and Emotionally
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Former UFC champion Tito Ortiz is having a bad week on twitter. First, he has a spat with his girlfriend Jenna Jameson and then he has his phone hacked and a nude picture of him is sent to his followers.

Ortiz and Jameson recently took to twitter to air the differences. The folks over at FightOpinion compiled the better tweets:

Tito Ortiz:

@FreakyFella no sick of being treated like s**t with no support. U get to read half the s**t I go though.

Not nuts just done with the lies and deceit. The hand I was holding was bring me down now a will let go

Ok im done talking about this s**t. I found some s**t out that happen from a few friends. First time my bad ,second her bad ,third I should of believe the first time. Will find someone who respects and supports me. Life will go on! I will stay strong.

Jenna Jameson:

I am perfect, saying mean lies on twitter is wrong. I am a mother, and I love Tito and my children.

I love him, and he is angry. I stand behind him no matter how much he lashes out at me

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I love @titoortiz and will fight for him forever. No matter what he sais

My children are my main priority, lies about fatherhood is yucky. Just be a dad and stop partying and train…your fight is soon.

I love @titoortiz and I would never disrespect him with another man. I’m a good girl, and mommy!

I want the real @titoortiz back. He used to be loving, I get how a lot of you think I’m garbage, but he’s me babies daddy, and I love him

Ortiz's struggles with twitter continued on Thursday when, according to TMZ.com,  a nude picture of Ortiz showed up on his twitter feed. The picture was quickly taken down with Ortiz then posting, "Someone hack my f**king phone."

Ortiz will be fighting for his UFC career when he meets Ryan Bader at UFC 132 on July 2 at the MGM Grand Garden Arena. UFC president Dana White has said that a loss at UFC 132 would most likely result in the promotion releasing the former champion.

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