Wendy Williams Denies Mental Health Allegations After Wells Fargo Freezes Her Bank Accounts

Wendy Williams is denying allegations about the state of his mental health after his bank fargo wells freezing his accounts and requesting a New York Supreme Court hearing to determine if the TV personality, who has been on hiatus from “The Wendy Williams Show” since July 2021 due to health complications, is an “incapacitated person.” ” who needs a temporary guardianship.

“On behalf of Wendy Hunter, known professionally as Wendy Williams, as an advisor to her and her affairs, Wendy wants the world to know that she strongly denies all allegations regarding her mental health and well-being,” said Williams’ attorney, LaShawn Thomas. . he said in a statement provided by publicist Shawn Zanotti to Variety Monday. “During this break in the show, Wendy has engaged holistic health professionals to help her achieve optimal health during her treatment for Graves’ disease and thyroid issues.”

What Variety reported last week, Williams won’t come back to his daytime talk show this season, and the future of his show keeps changing. Meanwhile, Sherri Shepherd is in advanced talks with Lionsgate’s Debmar-Mercury for her own daytime talk show, which could replace the Williams series, sources say.

Williams’ attorney’s statement continues: “Wendy is saddened that Wells Fargo has chosen to believe the allegations of a former employee who is upset that she no longer has direct and unrestricted access to Wendy’s financial affairs. Unfortunately, Wendy had to initiate this action because Wells Fargo refused to honor her power of attorney, giving her son the authority to make inquiries to the bank on Wendy’s behalf. Wendy further believes that all the false narratives currently circulating stem from this source and she is saddened that she once considered this person a friend. Wendy cannot believe that Wells Fargo mistakenly denied her access to her funds without her justification. She has spoken with various bank representatives and has even gone to a local branch and discussed this with the bank managers, as clear evidence that there are no worries about her state of mind. In fact, Wells Fargo’s alleged suspicions were never raised until Wendy let it be known that she no longer wanted to bank at Wells Fargo due to the bank’s mishandling of complaints against her advisor.

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“Wendy wants you to know she’s okay; she is in her right mind and disappointed by the falsely circulated statements of an industry to which she has dedicated her life. Wendy is grateful for the love and outpouring of support she has received from her fans and she can’t want to go back. She thanks everyone who has been patiently waiting for her return and believes that, thanks in large part to the love and support of her son, her family, her new team of doctors and a change of scenery, she he is recovering. Wendy says to all her fans: ‘How are you?’ So send her positive messages, energy and affirmations to her social media so she can read every day.”

A Wells Fargo representative did not immediately respond to VarietyThe request for comments on Tuesday.

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