Wendy Williams ‘disagrees’ with court ruling on a guardian controlling her money

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Wendy Williams has had partial success in her ongoing legal battle, gaining some access to her bank accounts. Regardless, she still can’t sign the checks she’s not well.

Former daytime queen disapproves of the court’s decision to appoint a financial guardian in the Wells Fargo case.

Here is everything you need to know.

Wendy Williams ‘didn’t agree’ with court ruling amid Wells Fargo trial

On May 20, Wendy Williams’ attorney, LaShawn Thomas, spoke to Page Six regarding the New York Supreme Court’s decision to appoint an unnamed guardian responsible for Williams’ money.

“Please note that Wendy did not agree on the appointment of a financial guardian by the court.” said.

Thomas continued, ‘Wendy is very clear that she doesn’t want a financial guardian to tell her what she can and cannot do with her money.’

What is the Wells Fargo case?

Wendy Williams has been battling Wells Fargo for most of this year. He was denied access to his junk accounts while he was taken down due to Graves’ disease and other health issues.

During a video post he edited online in March, he accused his former manager, Bernie Young, of establishing custody by taking $100,000 from his bank account.

The ‘How are you’ host said, ‘I want my money, it’s not fair.

The multinational financial services firm has blocked all of Williams’ accounts after a former adviser voiced concerns about Williams’ “sound mind.”

The bank issued a statement in March when they appointed a temporary guardian.

‘Wells Fargo’s priority is to protect the financial well-being and privacy of Ms. Williams,’ they said.

The back is, ‘As we have told the Court, Wells Fargo is open to working with Ms. Williams’ attorney to fund direct creditors for bills regularly paid out of her accounts.’

When will Wendy Williams return to television?

The Wendy Williams Show is currently filming its 13th season and began bringing in different guest hosts in January to replace Williams’ absence.

In late February, Lionsgate’s Debmar-Mercury company, which served as the producer and distributor of The Wendy Williams Show, officially announced that they were rejecting the series. They also started a new series presented by Sherri Shepherd.

Williams, on the other hand, claimed that he will soon return to television screens.


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