The focus of Jersey Shore Family Holiday is the chaotic lives of the ensemble group with that Jersey Shore viewers first fell in love. Today, however, it also involves the turmoil in their relationships, including the separation of Jenni Farley and Roger Mathews.
JWoww has been able to be as honest as she can about everything, and their issues and final separation have been discussed on the show. JWoww has now formally ended her marriage and has moved on. But showgoers who only watch the show and ignore the real-life conflict in between seasons might be curious as to why Roger and Jersey Shore split up.
So why did Roger and Jenni divorce?
After nearly three years of marriage, Jenni filed for divorce in September 2018. According to legal papers obtained by the Asbury Park Press of New Jersey, irreconcilable disputes were the basis for the filing. In his lawsuit.
JWoww claimed that the problems in his and his wife’s union had “induced the disintegration of the wedding for six months which makes it look that the wedding should be separated and, therefore, there is no chance of reconciliation.” Roger and Jenni continued to have highly public social media arguments after their separation and ultimate divorce, both against one another and through hazy Instagram postings.
A disagreement between Jenni and Roger occurred in their house in December 2018, leading to Jenni being given an interim restraining order against Roger. Later, in April 2019, Jenni published an Instagram story criticizing Roger for squandering one of their shared children’s weekends with friends rather than spending it with them.
Roger Mathews has stated that he is “not done fighting” for his marriage to Jenni Farley.
Just hours after it was revealed that Jenni Farley had asked for a divorce, Mathews’s Instagram post to explain what had transpired and make the assurance that he had been “not done fighting” for his wedding. In the heartbreaking video.
He admitted, “My wife asked for a divorce. It’s real. I’m not at fault for her. There isn’t any lying, foolish behavior, or intriguing information. She simply grew weary of the unhealthy habit we fell into over and over again. What’s also true is that I’m not through battling,” he said. “I’m going to win my wife back, win her love back, and win her affection back. I don’t intend to be a single parent.
A cryptic remark was posted by Mathews on Instagram two days later with the following message: “Now and again, we have to look within. You’re not a bad person if you’re still finding yourself. It entails accepting your shortcomings in the interest of the greater good, not simply for your benefit in the long run.
The larger interests of the people you care about most.” It necessitates a tremendous lot of vulnerability as well as the ability to accept responsibility for mistakes and the fact that you were mistaken, even when your heart was in the right. I still enjoy myself, but I need to improve because life isn’t just about me. Time. We are unable to recover it; it is one thing. I’ve wasted some of it. Feeling sorry for yourself or digging a hole never helped anything…”
Restraining order on Roger Mathews is filed by Jenni Farley.
After their divorce, the former partners still spent time as a family, even commemorating their third-anniversary celebration in October and getting dressed up as the same character for Halloween. But following an altercation with her estranged husband in December, Farley obtained a restraining order.
Mathews said Farley had been “hysterically screaming” at him and threatening to contact the police since they were arguing about her returning to work in a series of videos he posted on Social media on December 14. A few of the films were shot in the back of a police cruiser.
Farley claimed she told police that Mathews called me a “piece of s— mother” but also threatened to upload footage of her online to “show just what a lousy mother she is.” She also complained that Mathews “often captures her using his mobile phone, threatening to publish it on the internet,” by the report.
According to the report, Mathews left the house and promised to return later that night when Farley informed the police that she did not want to apply for a temporary restraining order. The police were called back to the house shortly after, where Farley “said that she had lost her views about getting a restraining order and now desired to obtain one,” according to the police report.
Roger Mathews and Jenni Farley end their marriage.
Farley and Mathews struck an agreement in their divorce over a year after their files in September 2018. The divorce between Jenni and Roger has been settled amicably, according to a statement from Farley’s representative. They continue to be committed to raising their kids together in a loving and supportive environment, but they always wish the best for each other.
I’m going through something because of the divorce, she said.”Since filing, over a year has passed. It’s terrible to be divorced, even though you should be rejoicing and beginning a new chapter. The up-and-down struggle to resolve custody disputes is distressing. I simply don’t know when things will improve.”
Jenni has already moved on from her wedding.
Jenni managed to move on despite the messy divorce processes that followed Jenni and Roger’s dissolution of their marriage. She introduced her housemates to her boyfriend, Zack Carpinello, during the first half of Jersey Shore Family Holiday Season 3. They jokingly dubbed him “24” because of his years old at the time, which was a few years younger than Jenni.
And despite a snag when Zack was alleged to have gotten too near to fellow Jersey Shore Family Holiday actress Angelina Pivarnick while the three of them were at a club around each other, Zack and Jenni are still going from strength to strength. Things are even greater than they had been before since, in February 2020, Zack shared an Instagram post of himself developing a relationship with JWoww’s youngster.