Those are bold claims, but do they hold water?
That remains to be seen, but Ortiz's ex-wife went on a Twitter rampage this Thursday with several cryptic messages stating that "The People's Champ" faked several UFC drug tests throughout his career and regularly fed alcohol to his children:
My ex took my poor children away from me for NO reason. He did drugs and faked drug tests for UFC. I all my time with my babies, he partied — Jenna Jameson (@jennajameson) May 30, 2013
And I have proof! — Jenna Jameson (@jennajameson) May 30, 2013
Jameson continued on, threatening to provide proof of Ortiz's drug use while claiming that her ex-husband abused drugs throughout their relationship.
Later on, Jameson attempted to make good on her claim, posting a photo on Twitter that allegedly shows a portion of Ortiz's home stash.
Jameson also alleged that Ortiz "used a fake penis and ordered urine" in order to falsify his UFC test results and that he attempted to kill her when they were still together.
So far, Ortiz has not responded via Twitter.
According to TMZ, Ortiz and Jameson first began dating in October 2006, not long after Jameson had divorced her former husband, pornographic actor Jay Grdina.
In March 2009, the couple later gave birth two twin boys (via E! Online).
Their relationship eventually fell apart when Ortiz was arrested during a domestic abuse case in April 2010, which Ortiz later claimed (via MMA Junkie) had occurred due to his then-wife suffering a severe addiction to Oxycontin, a prescription opiate.
At the time, Jameson insisted that Ortiz hadn't beaten her, although she was reportedly injured with a medical brace on her right arm (via NY Daily News).
The OC Weekly reported in May 2011 that the couple had officially split up, with TMZ previously citing in April 2011 that Jameson had moved out of her Huntington Beach home with Ortiz, an event followed by several arrests and public incidents.
Ortiz, a UFC Hall of Famer and record-setting champion, competed in MMA for over 15 years while never once failing a pre-fight or post-fight drug test.