Jenni "JWoww" Farley has filed her response to her estranged husband's request for full custody of the couple's two children, asking the court to throw it out.
The "Jersey Shore" star's brief response, obtained by Radar Online, simply states she "demands judgment dismissing the counterclaim, together with such further relief as the court shall deem just and proper."
As The Blast first reported, Roger Mathews answered JWoww's divorce petition by requesting primary physical custody and joint legal custody of the couple’s two children.
He also requested monthly child support and alimony from JWoww and challenged the couple’s prenuptial agreement. It’s unclear what the terms of the reality stars’ prenup were, but Mathews wants a judge to find it “invalid and unenforceable.”
JWoww filed for divorce on September 12 and cited irreconcilable differences as the reason for the split. In contrast to her estranged husband, she is requesting that the prenup remain intact and valid.
JWoww’s divorce documents requested primary physical custody for Meilani and Greyson but noted that she wants Mathews to get visitation and pay child support.
The road to divorce has not been easy for the reality stars, as JWoww just publicly accused Mathews of domestic abuse and shared a video of him shoving her to the ground.
Mathews denied JWoww’s allegations and accused the reality star of breaking their court order in a strongly worded letter to the judge in their divorce case.