J Woww Speaks On Her Abuse With Husband Roger Mathew

Reality Star Jenni ‘JWoww’ Farley opens up on social media and her website about her alleged abusive husband, Roger Mathew. "You have spit at me. You have pushed me. You have shoved me. You have aggressively thrown me to the ground. You have prevented me from closing doors to escape having you come at me," she wrote. "You have belittled and disparaged me. You have threatened me." The two separated in September 2018 after Farley alerted authorities that he threatened her. Mathews was issued a temporary restraining order and had to leave the home. In addition to the post, Farley included a video of him throwing her to the ground

Farley also claims that her estranged husband mistreated their children, including feeding their 2-year-old son pizza, when he is "highly allergic to gluten and dairy, placing him in serious medical jeopardy" and he refused to let their autistic son's therapist in their home during a scheduled appointment to provide treatment.

Her friends and cast mates have token to their social media account to voice their support. “Obviously, I’ve been knowing things.” Snooki stated earlier this month.

“I know everything about Jenni, because we’re best friends. We talk every day, so I’ve been in the loop about what’s going on. So, when Roger decided to put it public, that’s when I kind of said my piece, because if you’re going to put videos on the Internet about things that aren’t true, I’m going to say that it’s not true.”

It wasn’t all too long ago when Mathews posted a video saying that he will still fight to get his wife back. “I’m sorry that it has come to this. Find one human on planet earth who says I didn’t fight for my family,” he captioned a video shared to his Instagram in December. “You will not find them. I will survive this storm and I am now dedicated to complete transparency so that justice may prevail in the end.”

Now it seems things are beyond saving now that alleged abuse is involved. The couple has been married for three years but has been dating since Farley was still on the popular MTV show, Jersey Shore.

If you or someone you know might be in a dangerous situation, please call the National Domestic Violence Hotline at 1−800−799−7233 or TTY 1−800−787−3224.