JWoww's Estranged And Allegedly Abusive Husband Wants To Call A Truce!

JWoww's Estranged And Allegedly Abusive Husband Wants To Call A Truce!
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Just as the drama between Jenni 'J-Woww' Farley and her estranged husband Roger Mathews has come to an all-time high, the truck driver is calling for a truce. Roger Mathews responded to his soon-to-be ex-wife's evidence with a 29,000-word note this morning.

After calling her out for trying to make him look like an evil monster and woman beater, it seems like the father wants to put the blame game at bay for the sake of their children.

"We are both a******. Let’s raise our kids better. I want to help you. Please try and help me. We need each other. Not in the way we once did but this madness has to stop. Own your truths as I have owned mine. Work with me and I will work with you. A part of me will always love you. I had to clear my name. I can help you clear yours too. I know all the good things you’ve done in your life as well as knowing the bad. Let's make the necessary changes for our children. I will if you will. I want you to be happy and I deserve to be happy as well. Happy parents make for happy kids. We owe them this. I be willing to give you a hug at the end of the day today as a truce offering."

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Immediately, fans called out Roger for being a hypocrite. Most commentators felt that the only reason Mathews is calling for a truce is that he is now being put on the spot for behavior most followers weren't aware that he was capable of prior to the 'Jersey Shore' stars' bombshell.

The general public who has been following the divorce were once rooting for Roger because of the picture he painted of himself on social media. When J-Woww finally broke down and presented evidence of physical and emotional abuse -- Roger lost his support.

What do you think the former couple should do? Should J-Woww play nice for the sake of her kids?

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