Jenni “JWoww” Farley’s estranged husband Roger Mathews rang in 44 with an “epic” celebration with family and friends amid his divorce from the Jersey Shore star.
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CelebNReality247.com reports that Jenni “JWoww” Farley’s estranged husband Roger Mathews posted photos from his “44 years young. Epic night” birthday bash.
Roger Mathews and Jenni “JWoww” Farley marriage ended last fall after reports of abuse. It has been some time since anyone has heard from Roger who has been trying to work things out with Jenni and co-parent their kids.
The Jersey Shore estranged husband fans and followers were happy to see him out and about — albeit a week after his June 1 birthday especially considering his ongoing divorce from JWoww.
Farley’s Jersey Shore Family Vacation co-star Ronnie Magro was quick to weigh in, “Happy birthday my man!!!”
Meanwhile, The MTV personality Jenni “JWoww” Farley also stepped out for a night on the town as she and new boyfriend, Zack Clayton Carpinello, attended the 2019 CMA Music Awards on Wednesday
Mathews shared photos from his night out on the town with a bunch of ladies.
New reports have surfaced that the two have been working towards reconciliation as of late, with Mathews defending the mother of his two children on Instagram following Memorial Day.
He wrote on May 27:
There seems to be an overflow of negative comments both toward me and toward Jenni on many of my posts still. I’m a big boy and a proud supporter of free speech, I can take it. Jenni also has tough skin and can take it. However, the comments as to who the better parent is, or who spends more time [with] our children are unnecessary.
I accept my responsibility in the divide I caused In the eyes of the public but I’ll always post about my children and if we can move past the negativity certainly it wouldn’t be [too] much to ask for everyone else too. We both love our children emphatically and always will. It takes far more effort and energy to be negative than it does to be positive. Enjoy this beautiful day.