Jersey Shore star Jenni “JWoww” Farley’s nasty custody war with Roger Mathews is showing no signs of stopping. Following Farley’s recent accusations of abuse, Mathews fired back with an emotional video on social media.
In the clip, which was released a day after Farley’s original accusations, Mathews called out his baby mama for being a “liar” and revealed that he is heartbroken that their custody battle has devolved into a war of words. Mathews also told fans that he will fight the accusations in court if Farley pushes the issue.
Jenni 'JWoww' Farley Shares Video of Her Husband Roger Mathews Allegedly Attacking Her https://t.co/rb5qsCW7vj
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“Truly sad it has come to this,” he shared in the video. “My concern is my children and I will not stop until I have my children.”
Farley claims that Mathews has been abusive to her, both verbally and physically. She also says that his erratic behavior is a major risk for their children, Meilani, 4, and Greyson, 2. Mathews, of course, believes Farley is using the accusations as a means to gain full custody.
In fact, inside sources claim that the Jersey Shore star is looking to secure primary custody of her two children following her split from Mathews last year. Farley is reportedly willing to do whatever it takes to win custody, even if it means exposing Mathews’ controversial actions.
Apart from the abuse claims, Farley revealed that Mathews does questionable things while watching her kids. This includes recording videos on his phone while driving and ordering pizza for their son, despite the fact that he has a gluten allergy. She also says that Mathews turned away their son’s therapist, which she believes is a crucial medial need.
The drama recently heated up after police officers escorted Mathews out of the estranged couple’s house because he was in violation of a restraining order. Farley later shared a video of what looked like Mathews pushing her to the ground.
JWoww has not commented on Roger Mathews’ latest video, or the fact that he just filed for primary custody of their kids.
New episodes of Jersey Shore: Family Vacation premiere later this year on MTV.