Jenni “JWoww” Farley’s war against estranged husband Roger Mathews is far from over. After the Jersey Shore star accused him of ignoring their son Greyson’s medical needs in a shocking tirade, RadarOnline.com can exclusively reveal she plans to get full custody of their two children.
“She is going to fight for those kids now, she is ready for war,” a source told RadarOnline.com. “She will get full custody.”
On Wednesday, January 30, the Jersey Shore star accused her husband of physical and mental abuse. She also claimed he is not the super dad he appears to be on social media to their children Meilani, 4, and Greyson, 2.
“She put up with it like so many other women do for the children,” the source said. “She now realizes that the best thing for her kids is to be removed from his care.”
In the scathing letter, Farley accused Mathews of taking a video while driving with their children in the car. She also accused him of feeding their son pizza even though he is “highly allergic to gluten.”
“I am curious why you didn’t post last week’s video of Greyson with his therapist on social media? Oh, of course! That would be because you refused to open the door (and you were home!) to allow the therapist in for Greyson’s scheduled appointment,” she wrote. “You again ignored the critical medical needs that he requires.”
She continued, “Praiseworthy father? You need to look out for the best interests of our children. Your actions have and continue to place the children in harm’s way.”
Police escorted Mathews from their home, as Farley was granted a temporary restraining order following an altercation. JWoww posted videos from inside their New Jersey mansion of what appears to be Mathews throwing her to the ground.
“The courts and the police know his abuse,” the insider said. “It is well-documented and that one video alone will get her what she wants and deserves, which is her kids and a life free from him.”
Rogers denied Farley’s claims in a video and legal letter.
“My concern is my children and I will not stop until I have my children,” he said.
Farley filed for divorce from Mathews in September 2018.
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