Wendy Williams has reportedly been going through some rough times in her personal life. Her husband’s mistress allegedly gave birth and Williams was supposedly hospitalized. However, that hasn’t stopped her husband Kevin Hunter from being on the set of “The Wendy Williams Show.”
Hunter was still on set because he is an executive producer on the talk show, TMZ reported. The two were “interacting” and “there’s no overt sign of hostility.” Sharina Hudson, Kevin Hunter’s mistress, allegedly gave birth on Monday at Hahnemann University Hospital in Philadelphia. That location was supposedly chosen because they were worried that if she gave birth in New York, it would be leaked to the press.
Afterward, Williams was found drunk, hospitalized and given IV fluids, Page Six reported.
“Wendy is not in a good way, everyone is so concerned for her,” a close source reportedly said. “The sad thing is that she’s been working so hard to stay sober and she’s been so honest in her struggles with all her fans, and this just tipped her over the edge. But the fact she still came to the set just shows how strong she’s trying to be.”
Williams was recently photographed without her mammoth wedding ring. See below:
Wendy’s husband has allegedly had a longtime mistress whom he bought a home for years ago just down the street from where he lives with Williams. Love B. Scott exclusively reported in December that the woman was pregnant.
“She’s allegedly pregnant and still living just down the street from their house. Word around the show is that they’re going to divorce sometime now that little Kevin has gone (sic) college,” the site wrote.
Love B. Scott received a cease and desist letter from Wendy’s lawyers, asking to remove the story that her husband had another woman pregnant and she was filing for divorce. The letter stated, “Mrs. Wendy Williams-Hunter and Mr. Kevin Hunter categorically deny each and every allegation made by your ‘sources’, even if not specifically enumerated herein.”
The letter was a bizarre twist considering the daytime TV diva has made a career out of talking about other people.
We hope Wendy gets better and stays better.