The rumors were true: JWoww has filed for divorced. But why?

Jenny Farley and Roger Mathews
Jenny Farley and Roger Mathews Getty

Naysayers said it wouldn’t last — and it didn’t.

Jenni “JWoww” Farley is getting divorced, after all.

The “Jersey Shore” star, 32, filed for divorce from Roger Mathews, on Sept. 12 in Superior Court in Ocean County, N.J.

In records obtained by the Miami Herald, the divorce complaint, filed Sept. 12 in Superior Court in Ocean County, in part reads: “The Plaintiff and the Defendant have irreconcilable differences which have caused the breakdown of the marriage for a period of at least six months which make it appear that the marriage should be dissolved and that there is no prospect of reconciliation.”

There were rumblings that their marriage was in trouble for a while now.

While Farley, 32, was in Miami shooting the Jersey Shore reboot, “Family Reunion,” Mathews, 43, stayed home with their two kids, Meilani, 3, and Greyson, 2.. But the fitness enthusiast didn’t seem to be happy to be playing the role of Mr. Mom. He also didn’t seem happy that his wife was out clubbing with her crew in South Beach and complained on social media that the reality star was having a “midlife crisis.”

Mathews posted an Instagram video on Thursday night and wrote: “My wife filed for divorce, it’s true. I’m just gonna keep it simple. I don’t blame her. There’s no cheating or any dumb s--t, any juicy details,” he said. “She just grew tired of the repetitive pattern that we fell into … again, I’m not gonna get into detail but it was a repetitive pattern and not a good one.”

The caption: “Praying for a better tomorrow. Sorry world, I’m taking a day off from praying for you today and I’m just gonna pray for my family. Hope springs eternal.”

Mathews, appearing very emotional, did leave the door open for reconciliation:

“I’m not done fighting, I’m gonna win my wife back. I’m gonna win her affection back, I’m gonna win her love back. I have no intention of being a single dad. We’re in counseling so there is hope. It ain’t over till the fat lady sings.”