Wendy’s on her way back guys.
Media Take Out confirmed that Wendy Williams will soon be able to access her millions of dollars once again! According to online reports, the talk show host’s battle with Wells Fargo to unfreeze her bank accounts is finally over after a New York judge appointed a financial guardian to oversee her finances.
According to one person close to Wendy, “The guardianship process is complete, which means the court appointed a financial guardian. Now it’s up to the guardian, Wendy and the court as to how she will be accessing her money.”
Another source added, “The court can eventually decide to give Wendy back full control over her accounts and end the guardianship- but that is up to the court.”
Wendy Williams, 57, is said to “still have a voice” concerning her finances, and while “she doesn’t have 100% control right now,” that could all change depending on what the court decides.
Wendy’s bank, Wells Fargo, is no longer involved in the court proceedings, and the bank will be acting at the direction of Wendy Williams and her appointed guardian. In addition to that, other sources claim that there was a temporary guardian in place since at least March, however, it is unclear if the official unnamed court-appointed financial guardian, is the same person.
Wendy is the #1 female talk show host and media personality, in the world. From 2008 to 2022, she hosted the nationally syndicated television talk show The Wendy Williams Show.
Prior to television, Williams was a radio DJ and host and quickly became known in New York as a shock jockette. She gained notoriety for her on-air spats with celebrities and was the subject of the 2006 VH1 reality television series The Wendy Williams Experience, which broadcast events surrounding her radio show.
Williams’ other endeavors include authoring several books, appearances in various films and television shows, touring her comedy show, and her own product lines, including a fashion line, a jewelry collection and a wig line. Williams was inducted into the National Radio Hall of Fame in 2009. On her 50th birthday, the council of Asbury Park, New Jersey renamed the street on which she grew up Wendy Williams Way.