Wendy Williams is going through a rough patch in her life. She has been facing uncertainty regarding her show. Now she is confident that she will be back on The Wendy Show soon.
On Thursday’s episode of Good Morning America, Wendy opened up about her current health status and career plans. She has claimed to be mentally fit and capable of making the right decisions, reported the Sun. She shared: “When people want control of their accounts, they say anything including something crazy like that about me.”
People, on the other hand, have had a hard time believing in what she has mentioned about her health. Several reports previously have surfaced that noted that she was supposedly missing doctor’s appointments. She was reportedly not able to do things like dress herself or hold normal conversations on a regular basis.
While the Wendy Show host copes up with her physical and mental health, she also has other things to worry too. Being a centerpiece of lawsuits won’t definitely bring any peace in her life. Her battle against Wells Fargo is still on the table with a lot yet to be decided.
During the interview, she claimed that her financial accounts were frozen for two months and prevented her from accessing her money to pay bills. After insisting that she doesn’t “lie,” “cheat” or “steal,” the talk show host added: “I am an honest, hard-working person.” The bank has requested Wendy be put under a conservatorship, claiming she is “the victim of undue influence and exploitation.”
“They say that I need somebody to handle my account and I don’t want that. I want all my money. I want to see all my money that I’ve worked hard for my entire life.”
With The Sherri Shepard Show imminent to replace hers, it’s very tough to see her claims materialize. We will have to wait and see if Wendy pulls some strings to get the show back.
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