“Jenni and Roger have reached an amicable agreement and concluded their divorce. They remain committed to co-parenting their children in a happy and healthy atmosphere. They both desire the best for the future.”
Wow, What a Sensation.
Now that her divorce from her ex-husband Roger Mathews has been officially finalized, Jenni “JWoww” Farley of “Jersey Shore” feels like a post-Tom Cruise Nicole Kidman.
The divorce between Jenni and Roger has been resolved amicably, according to a spokesman for Jenni who talked to the USA Today Network New Jersey on August 29. “They both wish each other the best and are committed to co-parenting their children in a joyful and healthy environment.”
On Thursday, Jenni shared a photo of a beaming Kidman on her Instagram page, which has come to be connected with her breakup from Cruise.
The journey to this point has been difficult for Jenni and Roger. On September 12, 2018, Jenni filed for divorce in Ocean County’s Superior Court, citing irreconcilable differences.
According to Jenni’s complaint, “the plaintiff and the defendant have irreconcilable disagreements that have caused the collapse of the marriage for a period of at least six months, making it appear that the marriage should be dissolved and that there is no hope of reconciliation.”
Roger Favored Keeping the Union Together.
He declared, “I’m not through battling. “I’m returning my wife to me. I’m going to gain her affection back. I’m going to reclaim her affection. I don’t want to be a single parent.
But everything turned ugly. Early in December, police were called to their Toms River residence. Against Roger, Jenni requested a restraining order. Later, on January 30, she accused him of domestic abuse and other transgressions on her website.
Roger Mathews, you are an abuser to the core,” stated the declaration, which was signed by Jenni in all capital letters. “Today, I remain steadfast. For me. to Greyson. to Meilani. They won’t have to watch as their mother experiences domestic abuse as they grow up.
I’ll stop being a victim. Roger, please remember that my goodwill should never again be interpreted as weakness. Observe that. I won’t be intimidated. I refuse to be managed. I won’t let myself crumble.
When the new season of “Jersey Shore” premiered on July 11, Jenni said that she and Roger had differing opinions on how to care for their autistic son Greyson.
She Claimed that It Led to A Rupture in The Marriage.
Roger thought Greyson was just a slow learner and would figure things out on his own, which led to a lot of conflict in our home because I was the one parent who felt the need to “get ahead of this” and repair things. Your other parent is asking you, “What are you doing? It’s not a major issue. There isn’t anything wrong with Greyson,’ Jenni replied.