Jersey Shore’s ‘JWoww’ Granted Temporary Restraining Order Against Roger MathewsPublished on December 17, 2018.
It seems the split between Jersey Shore star Jenni JWoww Farley and her estranged husband Roger Mathews is only getting more acrimonious as it seems Farley filed a restraining order against Mathews on Thursday night following an argument.
The pair allegedly got into a heated argument about JWoww going back to work and she threatened to call the cops. Instead, Mathews called the cops himself and after they left, he also left the house to record a podcast and then returned home and went to sleep without speaking to Farley. Mathews then alleges that he was woken up by police at 2 a.m. and was removed from his home because Farley had filed a restraining order against him.
After the drama, Farley responded to the reports with a statement from her rep on Instagram. “While Jenni has refrained from making any public statements relating to her impending divorce, in light of recent events we have decided to make an official statement. Certain events transpired last night which lead [sic] Jenni to involve the authorities, as she felt it was in her best interests, and the best interests of her children to do so. Any statements and social media posts depicting anything to the contrary are entirely false, misleading and intentionally designed to cast Jenni in a negative light.”
“She is proud to be a hardworking parent who provides for her children,” the statement continues. “While we have chosen not to comment further, we will note that a judge immediately ruled in Jenni’s favor and issued a temporary order of protection last night. Please respect Jenni’s decision for privacy in an effort to protect herself and her children during this time.”
A spokesperson for the Toms River Police Department also confirmed the report, “Mr. Mathews was served with a Temporary Restraining Order and provided transportation to another location.”
The incident comes three months after Farley filed for divorce from Mathews on Sept. 12, citing irreconcilable differences.