Things are getting uglier and uglier between Jenni “JWoww” Farley and her estranged husband, Roger Mathews. In case you missed it, the Jersey Shore star filed a restraining order against him on Dec. 14 after an intense altercation. Now, sources are saying that Roger wants to tell his side of the story on Jersey Shore: Family Vacation. Scroll through the gallery below to get all the details.
“This is the level my ex-wife takes it to after telling my kids their dad is a piece of s–t and she’s sorry she ever had children with him,” he vented in an Instagram video about JWoww. “She gets so emotional and irrational in her anger this is the level she brings it too. Saddest day of my life watching her tell my daughter ‘she is sorry she had children with your daddy.’ The truth will come out. The truth will set you free. I will never stop fighting for my kids.”
“Roger has been contacting MTV to be on Season 3. He’s been calling them for the last week. He’s not asking to be paid, his only intentions are to film and give his side of what’s going on with Jenni,” the source explained. “He’s offering to give his side of the story and that he’ll reveal the truth between him and Jenni.
“He’s on a smear campaign for Jenni right now. He has no other avenue to get his message out,” a source claimed. “He’s sitting on his social media airing out his dirty laundry and is trying to tell whoever else will listen.”
Shortly after the divorce news broke, Roger reassured his Instagram followers that he wasn’t done fighting for his wife. “I’m gonna win my wife back, I’m gonna win her affection back, I’m gonna win her love back,” he said. “I have no intention of being a single dad. We’re in counseling, so there’s hope. It ain’t over ’til the fat lady sings.”
Before they filed for divorce, the 32-year-old hinted that there was some trouble in paradise. “You are either going to grow together as a couple and do everything together, or it can be like, [splits apart her hands.] I always say never have kids unless you want to have kids. I know a lot of people that are trying to have kids to fix their relationship or do all these crazy things.”No, no, do not do that. Have them to have them,” she admitted to Us Weekly.