Former porn star Jenna Jameson has reportedly passed a drug test in a bid to disprove her boyfriend Tito Ortiz's claims she's hooked on painkillers. The mixed martial arts champion accused Jameson of harboring a secret prescription drug addiction after he was arrested on domestic violence charges at the couple's California home on Monday, April 26.
Ortiz claimed he confronted her because he believed she was high on painkiller OxyContin. Jameson dismissed his allegations as false, claiming Ortiz attacked her after she said "something very hurtful to his ego" - and she is said to have agreed to a drug test on Tuesday, April 27 to prove she wasn't under the influence during the alleged altercation.
According to TMZ.com, Jameson tested negative for 10 major drugs in the screening, administered by officials at the American Toxicology Inc. laboratory in Las Vegas. Speaking about the results, the star tells TMZ.com, "I am definitely not addicted to OxyContin or any drug."
Her attorney adds, "The lab tests clearly exonerate Jenna Jameson of any hint, iota, or suggestion that she ingested or was under the influence of any opiates or controlled substances."
Jenna Jameson has withdrawn the allegations against her boyfriend Tito Ortiz that led to his arrest on felony domestic violence charges earlier this week. Jameson claimed the mixed martial arts champion attacked her after she said "something very hurtful to his ego" following his arrest at the couple's California home on Monday.
Ortiz claimed he confronted her because he believed she was high on painkiller OxyContin and harboured a secret prescription drug addiction. Jameson passed a drug test on Tuesday. Ortiz' lawyer has dismissed the incident as "a big misunderstanding". And Jameson has moved forward with plans to reconcile with Ortiz by withdrawing her accusations.
She tells TMZ.com, "What actually happened has now been dramatically distorted and misinterpreted and remarks that both Tito and I made after the police arrived reflect the state of shock that we were both in."