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Years Of Pain: JWoww ‘Battered, Beaten Down & Broken’ By Roger Until End Of Marriage

JWoww Abused Roger Mathews Video
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Jan. 31 2019, Updated 4:35 p.m. ET

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Jersey Shore star Jenni “JWoww” Farley accused estranged husband Roger Mathews of physical and mental abuse. Now, as Farley and Mathews gear up for a nasty divorce, RadarOnline.com has exclusively learned more shocking details about the years of abuse and how she "was battered" by him "until the bitter end."

"If she had a video that showed each and every time he physically abused and assaulted her it would be a ten-hour long documentary," a source claimed to Radar. "Jenni was battered, beaten down and broken by him. She was hoping that he would change, but he never did."

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On Wednesday, January 26, Farley, 32, posted a lengthy open letter to her ex on her personal website.

It in, she detailed several accounts in which she was physically and mentally abused, including two recorded videos inside their home that show Mathews, 43, throwing her to the ground in their own kitchen.

"You hurt the children and you hurt me," the reality star wrote. "I confided in you about my painful past as a survivor of domestic violence. How shameful that you used it to beat me down further."

As fans of Farley know, the father of daughter Meilani, 4, and son Greyson, 2, has been posting videos of himself on Instagram — crying and accusing her of keeping their two children from him.

In one video, he said, "Reality is stranger than fiction. You guys are about to learn the truth and I promise you. You aren't ready. The truth is my greatest asset. There is no my truth, there is only THE truth."

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Farley wrote in her response to his ongoing claims, "Your intimidation tactics with footage that you intend to show are out of context and meaningless. You are recording yourself holding Greyson the day after you choked me and threw me down to the floor in the kitchen."

"I can't recall why you assaulted me on that occasion. It was just another day in the Farley-Mathews home," the MTV star wrote.

So why did Farley wait until now to share her side of the split?

"Jenni knew that these videos she posted would show the side of her that she was hoping that her fans would never have to see," the pal told Radar. "His mental and physical abuse, as evidenced in the videos and reports she mentioned, was becoming too destructive for her career and her image."

Farley filed for divorce from Mathews on September 12, 2018 at Superior Court in Ocean County, New Jersey.

Three months later, Mathews was taken away by police and she was granted a temporary restraining order following an altercation at their home.

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