According to a report from Entertainment Tonight, Jenni “J-Woww” Farley is now sharing personal videos amid her high-profile breakup with former husband, Roger Mathews. Their situation has become quite murky in the last few months, following reports that he abused her.
On her website on Wednesday, the Jersey Shore alum shared a letter in addition to a few videos in which she accused her husband of abuse, including one clip in which she and Roger fought.
And in another, Mathews jokes about taking heroin and other drugs while holding their baby, Grayson. Reportedly, Roger jokes in one video about how he cheats on Jenni all of the time. Entertainment Tonight reached out to Mathews and his rep said that he wouldn’t be commenting.
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In her letter, J-Woww claims that for months she has been trying to protect their children together. She intended to handle it “out of the spotlight,” for the “greater good.” While their fight is tragic, one wonders why they would do so in such a public way?
Some people on social media accused the couple of merely acting out for attention, because if they really wanted to keep the fight behind closed doors, they would fight in private, rather than continuously squabble on social media and write open letters to each other for the world to see.
J-Woww says in her letter, “you hurt the children and you hurt me. When will it end?” She goes on to accuse Roger Mathews of repeatedly abusing her, hitting her, shaming her, and other horrendous crimes. Moreover, the reality star shared a series of videos in which she tries to back up her claims.
Back in December, it was revealed that J-Woww filed a restraining order against Mathews. Roger then posted a series of clips online in which he spoke badly about her.
What makes matters worse is the fact Farley and Mathews have two children together, Meilani and Greyson, who were born in 2014 and 2016 respectively. While the circumstances between the estranged couple are quite tragic, some social media users have questioned the authenticity of the situation.