Originally written on Larry Brown Sports  |  Last updated 11/15/12

Tito Ortiz and Jenna Jameson have broken up, marking yet another turn in the couple’s tumultuous relationship. Ortiz, the former UFC light heavyweight champion, wrote in a Twitter exchange late Wednesday night that he and Jameson were “no longer together.” Ortiz was asked by Australian model Imogen Lovell why he didn’t bring Jameson on a trip to Australia when he shared the news: @imogen_lovell no longer togetherSorry. — Tito Ortiz (@titoortiz) November 15, 2012 @imogen_lovell it’s for the better. — Tito Ortiz (@titoortiz) November 15, 2012 The news from Ortiz was not surprising. Both he and Jameson had dropped hints on Twitter over the previous few days about being single. Will life be better single? We will see. — Tito Ortiz (@titoortiz) November 13, 2012 It’s better to break your own heart by leaving, rather than having that person break your heart every day your’e with them. — Jenna Jameson (@jennajameson) November 10, 2012 On top of that, Cage Potato caught Jameson seemingly flirting with UFC champ Jon Bones Jones over Twitter: Ortiz and Jameson began dating in 2006. They have three-year-old twins together. Ortiz was arrested at the couple’s home in April 2010 on domestic violence charges, which eventually were not filed. The two exchanged allegations; Ortiz said Jameson was addicted to OxyContin, while Jameson said he was abusive. There were also rumors last March that the two had split. It seems like that may be definite now. H/T Busted Coverage Photo: Jenna Jameson/Twitter

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