Roger Mathews and Jenni Farley are very much on the outs.
Yes, the Jersey Shore star filed for divorce back in September -- but there was sightings of the married couple out and about since then, along with promises from Mathews that he would win her back.
But no longer.
As documented HERE, Mathews and Farley got into such a heated confrontation last week that police were called to the scene and a restraining order granted against Roger.
Mathews then blasted his estranged wife as "hate-filled" and claimed she is keeping him from their kids.
But is she, really?
And what actually transpired that evening?
We have the answers below!
The Future is Bleak
Mathews and Farley celebrated their three-year wedding anniversary in October, just two months prior to this blowout. How did things go so south so quickly?
This is How the Argument Got Started:
We had heard for awhile that Farley's work schedule had long been an issue for Mathews, and that's what came up again last Thursday night: "Jenni and Roger got into an argument over Jenni working so much,” a Hollywood Life source now says. “They’re both amazing parents, but Roger feels Jenni works a lot. Jenni was supposed to have Meilani and had to work last minute and Roger got angry so they got into an argument over it."
The Police Were Called to Intervene
But not by Jenni! This is the main bombshell dropped by Hollywood Life. "Roger called the cops and the cops came and nothing happened so Roger then left the home to do a podcast," the website alleges.
Roger Mathews Has a Podcast??
No, not one of his own. But he appears as a guest sometimes. Just this week, he sat down with MMA star Frankie Edgar for a podcast called Frankie & The 4 F's.
Okay, Whatever. So Then What Happened?
"While Roger was out, Jenni then proceeded to get an order of protection against Roger," this insider continues. "Roger then proceeded to come home. The cops were at the home and Roger could no longer be, so the cops gave him a ride in the back of their car to a friend’s home."
How Did Roger React?
Not well! He posted "several of his social media videos from the back of the cop car," the website continues. "Roger found out about the restraining order upon returning home from the podcast and left immediately without any further issues."