Boxer Ryan Garcia Allegedly Breaks Into Ex-Girlfriend's House And Destroys It—"Ima F"ck You Up"

Ryan Garcia, the once-celebrated boxer who was recently expelled from World Boxing Council for racism, is now facing additional allegations from his ex-wife, Andrea Celina, who accused him of breaking into her home, threatening her, and going on a destructive rampage.

By Carmen Schober2 min read

Garcia, 25, known for his entertaining persona and promising career in boxing, rose to global fame following his stunning victory over Devin Haney.

Garcia's strange antics before the fight drew national attention, prompting many to wonder if he was simply putting on a show for added publicity or showing signs of real instability. Given the events that have followed since, many are now convinced it's the latter.

Soon after becoming the WBC lightweight titleholder, Garcia was expelled from the World Boxing Council (WBC) following a series of racist comments made on social media. When confronted about his comments, Garcia retorted, "Guess what? I will never be touched because I'm a god."

These comments led to his expulsion from the WBC. WBC President Mauricio Sulaiman issued a statement on X, announcing Garcia's expulsion.

"Exercising my authority ... I am hereby expelling Ryan Garcia from any activity with our organization," Sulaiman wrote. "We reject any form of discrimination."

Garcia later posted an apology on X, claiming, "I was trolling I want all the killing to stop. I love everyone sorry if I offended you."

Garcia's family has also released a statement highlighting Garcia's alleged substance abuse.

"Our family unequivocally does not support any statements [Garcia] has made regarding race or religion - these do not reflect who Ryan truly is and how he was raised. Those who know Ryan can attest to this fact. Ryan has been open about his ongoing struggle with mental health over the years and as a family we are committed to ensuring and encouraging that he receives the necessary help to navigate this very challenging time and address both his immediate and long-term well-being."

Additionally, Garcia was suspended by the New York Athletic Commission for 12 months after testing positive for performance-enhancing drugs the day before and day of his victory over Devin Haney. That bout is now ruled a no-contest, and Garcia was also forced to forfeit the one million dollars he made from the fight and pay a $10,000 fine.

These new domestic abuse allegations are yet another troubling incident in the latest chapter in Garcia's tumultuous personal life.

Andrea Celina, 28, took to Instagram to reveal the aftermath of Garcia's alleged break-in, sharing images and videos that depicted a trashed home. In a series of Instagram stories, she also posted screenshots of text messages between her and Garcia, exposing the boxer's aggressive and hostile behavior. One of the messages from Garcia read, "Ima f*** you up," highlighting the severity of his threats.

According to Celina, Garcia's actions were driven by his ongoing struggles with alcohol.

"Ryan needs to focus on getting sober. I do not want anyone who is always under the influence around my children and causing harm and destroying our home physically," she stated. Celina emphasized the need for a safer environment for their children, free from the volatility caused by Garcia's drinking problems.

Her Instagram account has since been deleted.

According to Garcia, he allegedly discovered Celina cheating on him when he arrived at her home to visit his children. He claims that she broke a baby bottle in distress and feigned a "breakdown" when he started filming her and berating her. However, his story prompted many on social media to wonder how she was "cheating" on him given that they are no longer a couple (at least publicly). Regardless, his documented threats and alleged destruction are deeply disturbing.

Garcia began dating Celina, an OnlyFans model, in 2019, and the couple tied the knot in 2021. They shared a daughter, Bela, but their second child together was born in the midst of their contentious divorce in 2024.

Garcia shared on his Instagram stories, “As I step into a new chapter in my life, it’s with a heavy heart to share that Drea and I have decided to divorce.” Celina did not make any official statement regarding their divorce, but she has been vocal about the difficulties of co-parenting with Garcia, especially given his recent behaviors.

She shared screenshots of multiple FaceTime call attempts and inappropriate messages from Garcia, underscoring the harassment she claims to be facing. She says wants to limit his access to their children until his issues with alcohol are resolved.

Garcia's father has also publicly urged his son to seek help.

"What I'm seeing is that I would love for him to get some type of therapy when it comes to his drinking," he shared on social media. Many fans and critics feel the same way, for the sake of his health and family.

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