Wendy Williams has been partially successful in an ongoing legal battle and has gained access to a bank account. Even so, she still can’t sign her checks, and she’s not okay.
Former Weekly Talk Queen disagrees more with the court’s decision to appoint a financial guardian in her Wells Fargo case.
Here’s everything you need to know.
Wendy Williams ‘disagrees’ with court ruling during Wells Fargo case
On May 20, Wendy Williams’ attorney LaShawn Thomas spoke to Page Six about the New York Supreme Court’s decision to appoint an anonymous guardian for Williams’ money.
He said, “We ask for your understanding that Wendy does not agree to the appointment of a financial guardian by the court.”
Thomas went on to say, ‘Wendy has been very clear about what financial guardians can and cannot do with their money.’
What is the Wells Fargo lawsuit?
Wendy Williams has been fighting Wells Fargo for most of the year. Access to her non-essential account was denied while she was not on air due to Graves’ disease and other health problems.
In an online video broadcast in March, she accused ex-manager Bernie Young of having stolen $100,000 from a bank account to set up a guardianship system.
The host of ‘How You Doin’ said, ‘I want my money, but this is unfair’.
A multinational financial services organization has blocked all accounts on Williams after a former advisor raised concerns about her ‘unsound mind’.
The bank issued a statement in March when it appointed a temporary guardian.
They said, ‘Wells Fargo’s top priority is Miss Williams’ financial well-being and her privacy.’
The back side has been added. ‘As we have expressed to the courts, Wells Fargo, working with Williams’ attorneys, may fund her account directly to her creditors for historically and regularly paid bills.’
When will Wendy Williams return to the television screen?
The Wendy Williams Show, currently filming season 13, began bringing in another guest host in January to replace Williams’ absence.
In late February, Lionsgate’s Debmar-Mercury, producer and distributor of the Wendy Williams Show, officially announced that he had rejected the series. They also started a new series presented by Sherri Shepherd.
However, Williams insisted she would soon return to the television screens.