He’s saying sorry. Just days after Jersey Shore star Jenni “JWoww” Farley split from her boyfriend, Zack Clayton Carpinello, because of his flirting scandal with her costar Angelina Pivarnick, he’s owning up to his mistakes. Zack, 24, took to Instagram on Friday, October 11, to issue a public apology to JWoww and Angelina.
“I made mistakes that I cannot take back, which I take full responsibility for,” the pro wrestler wrote in his apology. “Jenni does not deserve any damage from anybody else. This is on me. I sincerely apologize to Jenni. I apologize to Angelina as well. I love Jenni, with everything I have, I make this known to her every day. I will continue to do everything to make this known to her and her kids, who also have my heart. I will make it certain that nothing like this ever happens again, in any way regardless of the outcome.”
JWoww, 33, learned about Zack’s flirting with Angelina, 33, as the scene aired during the Thursday, October 10, episode of MTV’s Jersey Shore: Family Vacation. In one scene, JWoww as drunkenly asleep while Zack seemed to be getting handsy with Angelina as they sat very close and cozy. At one point, JWoww’s costar Vinny Guadagnino said he thought he saw Zack grab Angelina’s butt. Later in the episode, Zack even asked Angelina about her sex life.
Shortly after the episode aired, JWoww took to Instagram to reveal how she felt about watching those scenes. “After seeing tonight‘s episode I’m pretty hurt. I feel disrespected by someone I called a friend and by someone who stated they loved me. For five months I was kept in the dark about this. For five months I was naïve, probably left out and made into a storyline that will forever haunt me. My heart hurts on so many levels. One thing I learned from tonight‘s episode is no your value. Don’t ever lower your standards,” she wrote on Instagram.
But even though Zack issued an apology, it seems like it was too little too late. On Friday, October 11, a source confirmed to Us Weekly that the couple broke up. JWoww was the one who “ended the relationship.”