Jersey Shore star Jenni “JWoww” Farley is accusing her estranged husband, Roger Matthews, of abuse in a scathing letter she shared on her website late Wednesday. Farley accuses her estranged husband of violent outbursts and putting her kids in danger (among other actions).

The 32-year-old reality TV star shared pictures, text messages, and videos related to her allegations. In one of the videos, she posted online Matthews appears to throw her to the ground. The validity of the clip has not been independently verified by any media outlet just yet.

Farley says she wanted to handle the divorce out of the spotlight to protect their children, but she says she can no longer sit idly by while she was being mistreated. The couple have two children together --  Meilani (age 4) and Greyson (age 2).

“You are an abuser to the core, Roger Matthews,” JWoww wrote in the lengthy statement which goes into further detail about Matthews’ actions.

Jenni alleges that her estranged husband has been conspiring with her exes to inflict harm upon her after the original divorce filing was made.

“You hurt the children and you hurt me. When will it end,” she writes.

Farley offered words of support for victims of domestic violence. You can read her entire statement on her website by clicking here.

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Representatives for Matthews have declined to comment on the matter, according to a report from the Asbury Park Press. Other outlets have reached out for comment as well. 

The couple had been seen in public together since then, but police were called to the home in December. JWoww filed a restraining order after an argument that evening.

Farley’s ex-boyfriend, Thomas Lippolis, was arrested on extortion charges in late 2017 after Toms River police allege he threatened to share secrets to the media.

If you (or a loved one) are a victim of domestic violence, help is available. You can visit the National Domestic Violence Hotline's website or call them at 1-800-799-7233. 

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