AceShowbiz - %cWendy Williams%' husband Kevin Hunter has been having an affair with Sharina Hudson, a massage therapist, for ten years, according to a new report. The 46-year-old hunk, who has been married to the 53-year-old talk show host since 1997, allegedly splits his time between the New Jersey home he shares with his wife and the home where Hudson lives.
Daily Mail first broke the news, revealing that Hunter, who is also Williams' manager and executive producer of "The Wendy Williams Show", even brought his alleged mistress a $765,000 house just nine miles away from his family home with Williams and their son Kevin Jr. Hunter is said to be "in love" with both his wife and the 32-year-old massage therapist.
"Kevin is with Sharina three or four times a week, often staying over," a source reveals to the publication. "They go to the gym together, they go out to restaurants together as if they're a normal couple. But then he goes home to Wendy as if everything is normal there, too. He's living a double life."
Another source claims that Hunter is able to regularly be with his mistress, adding that he often refers to his alleged mistress as his "shawty," a slang term for young, attractive woman or girlfriend, in private conversations with friends. "Kevin and Sharina do go out in public together, there's a steakhouse Kevin likes to go to, but they mainly stay in the house and hang out," says the insider.
The publication has photos of Hudson wearing a giant diamond stone on her engagement finger as well as a bunch of photos of her outing in public with Hunter, though there are no photos showing anything like PDA. A source tells the publication that's because "Kevin isn't a touchy-feely person so you'd never see them kissing or hugging in public and if they ever see anybody she knows the drill, he introduces her as his sister. Kevin has pretty much trained her so she knows what to do."
But Williams appears to deny her husband's alleged infidelity. Ronn Torossian, the spokesperson for the talk show host, said in a statement, "One plus one does not equal three. This woman is a friend of Mr. Hunter but there is no 'there' there," quoting a well known reference to a remark by Gertrude Stein in 1937 movie "Everybody's Autobiography" which means nothing significant exists.