JWoww, Snooki, and the rest of the Jersey Shore cast was spotted shooting their reunion show in Miami this weekend amid the scandals over the gals' marriages. As Radar has reported, the husband of JWoww, whose real name is Jenni Farley, has admitted his wife "left" him for another man. Plus, Nicole "Snooki" Polizzi's marriage is also reportedly troubled. Scroll down Radar's gallery for more!
The Jersey Shore gang is back for a reunion show being filmed in Miami, and JWoww, 31, and Snooki, 30, are front and center.
The cast members of the classic reality show had a blast getting back together. But Farley's husband Roger Mathews shocked fans with an Instagram rant intimating that his wife had abandoned him for another man.
Mathews wrote on social media about how he and Farley had met at a bar and hit it off and went on to have "their first child out of wedlock just to piss off traditional people and party with Satan a bit more," he wrote.
Farley's husband continued with his marriage story, "in 2015 they get married and announce they are pregnant with a son, probably fought at the wedding."
But then, Mathews said Farley recently had a midlife crisis before traveling to film the new MTV reunion spinoff!
"She leaves said husband for a really jacked dude from the club named Billy Bad Ass that can flex his pec muscles to the tune of Jingle Bells," Mathews wrote. He said he was joking on the "last part." Mathews insisted he loved Farley, but his post raised alarm on Instagram!
Meanwhile, JWoww's co-star and pal Polizzi, better known as Snooki, has been hit with divorce rumors.
A source told Radar about Polizzi's marital woe that her husband Jionni LaVelle "never goes out with her and she seems to be going out a lot. He can't say he has to take care of the kids cause they live a few minutes away from his entire family." They lead increasingly separate lives and various secrets and scandals have reportedly marred Snooki's marriage.
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