Wendy Williams 'Left to Die' By Ex-Financial Manager After Losing Access to Bank Account
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The former talk show host is banned from accessing her Wells Fargo account because the company is worried she has been subjected to 'financial exploitation, dementia, or undue influence.'

AceShowbiz - Details surrounding Wendy Williams' financial problem have been unveiled. According to her former attorney LaShawn Thomas, "The Wendy Williams Show" former host was "left to die" by her ex-financial manager.

LaShawn told Page Six on Friday, August 26 that Wells Fargo financial adviser Lori Schiller, who no longer works for the 58-year-old TV star but is embroiled in her lawsuit against the bank, is attempting to "muddy the waters" by allegedly contributing to a false report that her son misused her American Express card.

"The real issue is that Wells Fargo, through their adviser, refused to grant Wendy access to her own accounts, this includes the right to check her balance," LaShawn told the outlet. "No bank should have the authority to do that. No one attempted to gain access to any of Wendy's accounts. The Wells Fargo adviser and [former manager Bernie Young] were the only people with access. They left Wendy to die."

Wendy's 22-year-old son Kevin Hunter Jr. is said to have stepped in to help his mother "both mentally and physically with the assistance of a team of doctors." LaShawn explained, "He coordinated all of her appointments, made sure she attended all appointments, cooked and cleaned for his mother." Further refuting the claims put up against the young man, she added, "He absolutely loves his mother without question, and no one should place any blame or allegations of wrongdoing at his feet."

In response to those spreading rumors about Kevin running up a $100K bill on Wendy's credit card, Kevin told The Sun, "I vehemently deny any allegations of unauthorized use of my mother's American Express card. This is a false narrative perpetuated to justify freezing her accounts."

Indeed, 2022 has been a chaotic year for Wendy. The gossip queen's eponymous talk show "The Wendy Williams Show" was canceled and replaced with Sherri Shepherd's show "Sherri" following her months-long absence due to her physical and mental health issues.

Wendy was also banned from accessing her Wells Fargo account because the company was worried she had been subjected to "financial exploitation, dementia, or undue influence." She disagreed with the bank's claims that she's an "incapacitated person" who requires guardianship, and has since been battling them in court about the situation.

Amid the mounting issues, Wendy has been sparking concerns over her well-being after showing odd behavior and making a bizarre marriage claim. It's also reported that her mental health is "far worse than people realize."

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