She’s telling her side of the story. Jenni “JWoww” Farley issued a lengthy public statement about her estranged husband Roger Mathews on January 30. The Jersey Shore star accused her ex of “disgracing her name” and making “false accusations” over the last few months, before diving deeper into much bigger issues. Farley said Mathews has presented himself to the public as a “praiseworthy father and husband,” and she’s ready to set the record straight. The MTV alum claimed her ex abused her and put their son in “medical jeopardy.” Scroll through the gallery.
Farley addressed how Mathews allegedly put their son in “medical jeopardy” and said he berated her for worrying about it so much, instead of “acknowledging that Greyson’s health is of paramount concern.”
“Oh, of course! That would be because you refused to open the door (and you were home!) to allow the therapist in for Greyson’s scheduled appointment, even though she stood there knocking and ringing the bell for 30 minutes in the freezing cold,” Farley stated.
The reality star said she confided in Mathews about her painful past as a survivor of domestic violence. “You are an abuser to the core,” she wrote to her estranged husband. “If this is not enough, you have spit at me. You have pushed me. You have shoved me.”
Mathew’s ex also addressed how he allegedly rejected taking Meilani for an overnight. “You had an opportunity to have time with our daughter and refused the overnight over a few dollars because you’re trying to build a child support case,” Farley wrote.
To conclude her statement, Farley shared a word of encouragement to anyone who feels stuck in an abusive relationship. “Please don’t feel alone. Please seek help whether it’s through a friend, loved one, hotline, law enforcement, judge or stranger. Suffering in silence is no way to live.”
Farley said her kids will not grow up watching their mother being a victim of domestic violence. “I will be a victim no longer,” she wrote. “Roger, know this here and for always — my kindness should never again mistaken for weakness. Remember that. I will not be threatened. I will not be controlled. I will not be broken.”