‘Jersey Shore’ Star Jenni Farley Asks Judge to Dismiss Ex Roger Mathews’ Divorce Counterclaim For Full Custody & Alimony, Wants Prenup to Be Enforced

“I’m comin’ for you Rog!”

Jenni Farley‘s soon-to-be ex-husband Roger Mathews asked a judge to throw out the prenup he signed before he married the Jersey Shore star back in 2015, but Jenni is demanding the judge keep it in play.

Radar Online broke the news that Jenni has responded to Roger’s divorce counterclaim that was filed on January 24. In his court docs, Roger asked for primary physical custody of the couple’s two children, as well as alimony and child support from Jenni. More importantly, Roger asked that the prenup be declared “invalid and unenforceable” and thrown out of the case.

In her response, which was filed with the Ocean County Superior Court on February 1, JWoww basically asked a judge to say “hell no” to nearly all of Roger’s demands.

“[Jenni] demands judgment dismissing the counterclaim, together with such further relief as the court shall deem just and proper,” Jenni’s Answer to Counterclaim read, according to Radar Online.

It has not been publicly revealed what the terms of the prenup are. However, in her now-deleted “Message to Roger” letter that was posted to her website on January 30, Jenni stated that Roger not only signed the prenup willingly, on-camera, but had long-bragged that he would never try to get money from her.

“I recall you being the man who touted himself on and off camera so many times…’I am not with you for your money. I will never want child support, alimony…I am a hard working man and can hold my own’ etc.” she wrote. “So where is this person now? How could you look me in the eye for so many years and say that you loved me for me and not for my paycheck?” Jenni wrote.

“See this purse? There’s nothing in it for you, Roger!”

In another part of the letter, Jenni talked about Roger trying to invalidate the pre-nup.

“Now you ask for alimony and child support and you also want to challenge the validity of a 2015 prenuptial agreement that you signed as a valid, binding and enforceable contract on camera?” she wrote.

In one of his social media rebuttals to Jenni’s letter, Roger claimed that Jenni made significantly more money than him, estimating her to be making “literally millions” while he pulls in “about $100,000” a year.

Jenni and Roger have been embattled in the messy divorce drama since December, when Roger was escorted out of their shared home after an argument and Jenni was granted a temporary restraining order against him. Jenni filed for divorce in September, but she and Roger maintained a cordial relationship (with Roger even vowing in the beginning to “win her back”).


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Since the December incident, however, things have turned dirty. After Jenni posted her letter accusing Roger of physical violence, extortion and more, Roger posted his own letter accusing Jenni of being mentally ill, being the physical aggressor in the relationship and of lying under oath. (Both letters have since been deleted.)

RELATED STORY: Roger Mathews Challenges Pre-nup He Signed Before Marrying Jenni Farley: Requests Alimony & Primary Custody of Kids in New Court Docs

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13 Responses

  1. What’s the point of a prenup if he thinks you can just change your mind during a messy divorce? That’s WHY the prenup is in place and always wise.

  2. Whatever is in the prenup is what he should get and that’s being generous. Roger deserves absolutely nothing and I hope Jenni gets full custody.

    1. Problem with that is, who do you think was watching their children when Jenni was off acting a fool on national television? That is going to be a problem for her in court. She thought Roger was a more than an adequate caregiver then, but now she wants to say he isn’t? I honestly think this relationship is abusive on both sides. Children should be raised by their parents, not nannies. If Jenni wants full custody she needs to quit leaving for long periods of time to be on TV. When you have kids you have to make sacrifices. I know, I gave up a $130,000 a year job because it was 50% travel and I have children.

  3. What’s the purpose of a pre-nup if it can just be tossed out at a divorce? I hope he gets nothing. I used to like Roger but in no way should an abuser get anything but time in prison.

  4. I think you would find making 100 grand a year is a comfortable lifestyle especially since he doesn’t actually work for it, he just seems like a greedy leech.

    1. There is a big difference in lifestyle from 100k to a I’m sure over 600k more like 1mil that she makes. In divorce they try to even things out so the kids aren’t living vastly differences lifestyles between homes. But these kids will be screwed no matter what if their parents are always fighting.

      1. The prenup isn’t about the kids and you can’t put things like child custody and child support in a prenup. It addresses alimony and division of assets. A judge will decide what’s appropriate for custody and child support. Alimony has nothing to do with a similar lifestyle for the kids at both homes.

  5. They are both trash. Stop putting your effed up business on social media. Remember your kids will see this bs when they get older. Grow the eff up!

  6. There should be absolutely no reason why this prenup shouldn’t be enforced. He signed it, that’s on him to know what he was signing. That’s the whole point of a prenup. Just because he’s got his panties all knotted up now doesn’t mean he gets instant access to her cash and her funds. Screw you Roger. I hope you get laughed out of the courthouse by whomever is presiding over your custody battle.

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