Wendy Williams said she checked into a wellness facility after her health and substance abuse problems worsened.
Here’s everything you need to know.
Wendy Williams returns to rehab.
Wendy Williams is said to have returned to rehab after breaking up with producer Debmar-Mercury.
Nevertheless, one official recently reported that the 58-year-old broadcaster’s suspicion of addiction was ‘worse’.
They went on to say, ‘She went from wine to vodka.’
However, Williams publicist Shawn Zanotti confirmed the news in an interview with E! on Wednesday. News.
In a statement, she said Williams had entered ‘a wellness facility seeking help to manage her overall health problems’.
Zanotti also added that she is devoting her time to focusing on health and wellness as she prepares for a major comeback for the next stage of her career with ‘The Wendy Experience Podcast’.
She said, ‘I can’t stop drinking, I have to quit drinking. It will only worsen her health.’
In addition, the publicity manager of the broadcaster said, ‘Ms. Williams is being treated by a team of some of the best doctors in the world.’
Zanoti concluded by saying to the fans, “I wish you prayers and good health during this period.”
What happened between Wendy Williams and Debmar-Mercury?
Wendy Williams’ alleged move came after Debmar-Mercury was ‘rejected’ for the help he needed to overcome his addiction problem.
If you didn’t know, Debmar-Mercury is the producer of Williams’ iconic weekly talk show, ‘The Wendy Williams Show’.
“They have turned their backs,” a source later said.
They also argued that Debmar-Mercury was ‘was controlling too much of a very vulnerable person’.
Williams’ ex-husband Kevin Hunter also made a similar claim in an interview in July.
‘Debmar and his family will not support Wendy’s recovery efforts,’ he said.
He went on to add that ‘they won’t sign anything that would help her in her recovery efforts’.
Meanwhile, Hunter also recalled a time when Williams’ family met with the production company to discuss drinking issues. However, it is said that Debmar-Mercury gave her an ultimatum instead of helping her.
‘They attended the meeting with her entire family, including her now deceased mother,’ he said, and she did not sign any recovery efforts that would have helped Wendy stay healthy and stay healthy without getting drunk.
Hunter went on to say, ‘They basically said, “If you don’t stop drinking, you lose the show.”