AceShowbiz - The back and forth between Jenni "JWoww" Farley and Roger Mathews continues to heat up. Shortly after her estranged husband hit back at her abuse claims and accused her of playing victim, the reality TV star defended herself and shut down his allegations.
In response to the accusation, the "Jersey Shore" star issued a statement through her team. "The accusations in the letter produced by Mr. Mathew's counsel to the court lack merit, foundation and basis. They are laced with false statement and voluminous efforts to further intimidate and bully a young mother: a survivor of domestic abuse," so the statement, which was sent to Entertainment Tonight, read.
Her team added, "Moreover, they are a transparent and desperate ploy to deflect away from the hard, cold facts, none of which appear to have been responded to." They later said that their client was focusing on the well-being of her children before anything else, and she actually hoped to make a great co-parenting team with Roger for the sake of their children.
"The bottom line is that when a parent acts to protect the safety and well-being of their children, they are following through with their responsibility," the statement continued. "It is this responsibility that Jenni Farley is focused on: working tirelessly to support these beautiful children and to set up a positive co-parenting plan with their father that works for the benefit of Meilani and Greyson."
This arrives just a day after Roger hit back at JWoww's claims which stated that he physically and verbally abused her in addition to placing their children in danger for the sake of camera. Fighting back against her claim, he vowed to prove his innocence in court. He also stated that the 32-year-old often played the victim and he had "preponderance of evidence, the truth, the witnesses and the testimony" to prove it.
JWoww filed for divorce from Roger after three years of marriage. The couple has two children together, Meilani Alexandra (4) and Greyson Valor (2).