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Tito Ortiz's former flame, Jenna Jameson, posts 'proof' of alleged UFC drug use

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A drawer filled to the brim with back braces, hypodermic needles and a canister of prescribed 800 mg ibuprofen pills is proof positive that former UFC Light Heavyweight Champion, Tito Ortiz, is a "random" drug addict, according to porn queen Jenna Jameson.

Photo via @JennaJameson

Well, this is weird.

Former Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) Light Heavyweight Champion Tito Ortiz has had quite the tumultuous relationship with Jenna Jameson since the pair got together back in 2006.

Twins, domestic violence, ghost stories, birthday party battery, driving under the influence (DUI), custody battles and the latest bump in the road, addiction allegations.

Indeed, the most prolific female porn star to date recently took to to air the couple's latest dirty laundry, alleging that Ortiz is a closet drug addict who "faked" drug tests during his tenure with the world's leading mixed martial arts (MMA) promotion. Jameson even attempted to bolster her unsubstantiated claim with photos of pharmaceutical substances that bear Ortiz's God-given name, Jacob.

Check them out:

Ortiz, a recently-retired UFC Hall of Fame inductee, competed inside the Octagon on 27 different occasions over a career that spanned 15 years and not once failed an official drug test. He was plagued with injuries, real and exaggerated, in the twilight of his career, which no doubt would have required prescription medication (at least the former).

Regardless, most folks would not consider prescribed ibuprofen and blurry refrigerated bottles as proof of a "random" drug addiction.

It appears that it's just the latest twist of an ever-turning saga between the pair, who are apparently in the midst of a custody battle. Unfortunately, the social media outburst only makes Jameson, who last month lost custody of their twin sons to Ortiz, look like more of an "out of control mess."

Something her high-powered attorney more than likely warned her about one more than one occasion. Indeed, the "truth" -- whatever it may be -- should be revealed in a court of law, not the court of social opinion.