AceShowbiz - Nicole "Snooki" Polizzi is standing up for her best friend Jenni "JWoww" Farley after the latter filed a restraining order against her estranged husband Roger Mathews on Thursday night, December 13. After Roger accused his ex of keeping their children away from him, Snooki immediately debunked the accusation by sharing security footage of what really went down during the fall out.
In contrary to his accusation, a tearful JWoww could be seen in the video asking the police to let Roger meet their children after they told her that she could request temporary sole custody of the kids. "I don't want to do that to him. He should be allowed to see them," she said. "He's not a bad dad."
In the caption of the post, Snooki went on defending her "Jersey Shore" co-star by writing how she "tried everything in her power to keep things civil FOR THE KIDS" and "wants nothing but for the kids to have their dad." The pregnant star also urged people to stop attacking JWoww because "there is more to the story that's being told."
"She HAS BEEN asking the cops to tell the judge to allow Roger to see the kids. Everything he has stated in those videos is false news. You shouldn't taunt her and film her on your phone trying to get a rise out of her to use it for court," she wrote. "There is MANY layers to this. And more videos. Legally I cannot post those but will be used when necessary. You can all have your opinions but don't attack her for being that person he claims she is. Everything will unfold in due time."
Seeing how no one has stopped criticizing JWoww, Snooki updated her caption to insist that her co-star's intentions "were to never keep the kids from Roger. She is fighting for him to be in their lives and never once tried to take them away."
Snooki continued explaining how it's not okay to send JWoww "death threats" and blasting her just because Roger posted more footage of their children rather than JWoww. "You all got played by social media," she added. "I know my sis and she is NOT the person Roger is painting her out to be. So congratulations, you gave him what he wants. Your attacks and bullying."
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Update: Ive decided to post this video because Jennis intentions were to never keep the kids from Roger. She is fighting for him to be in their lives and never once tried to take them away. Because you see 10 videos of him airing out their personal business regarding their divorce , it’s okay to bagger Jenni and send her death threats telling her she’s an awful mom and human being? Or because Roger posts more about the kids that means he’s with them more than Jenni? I personally know her, and she’s a stay at home mother. She doesn’t leave her children for months on end like depicted from him, and when she does work, she leaves filming and comes home to make sure everything is okay. But since you don’t see that on the show, or her posting the kids 24/7 like he does, she’s not with them ever? You all got played by social media. I know my sis and she is NOT the person Roger is painting her out to be. So congratulations, you gave him what he wants. Your attacks and bullying.
Roger claimed on Instagram that his estranged wife filed a restraining order against him after they got into a heated argument, during which he called the police. Detailing the story, he claimed JWoww was planning to file a report containing false information about his behavior, so he wanted to document what had happened first before subsequently leaving their home to do a podcast.
He later returned to their home and went to sleep, but was awoken by officers who served him with a temporary restraining order and removed him from the house. In a video post, Roger told his followers, "I'm not allowed to speak to my children. I'm not allowed to go get clothes, I'm not allowed to step foot in the house that I've lived in for eight years. I miss my kids, man. It's just wrong. It's wrong."
Reps for JWoww have shut down the accusation through a statement. "Any statements and social media posts depicting anything to the contrary are entirely false, misleading and intentionally designed to cast Jenni in a negative light. Please respect Jenni's decision for privacy in an effort to protect herself and her children during this time," so the statement read.