If it relies on Wendy Williams, she will hire her own financial adviser instead of working with a court-appointed guardian. However, the judge’s decision has been set and he is not happy about it.
Williams’s attorney said Page six In a statement on Friday, Williams said he did not want control of his finances to be in the hands of anyone other than the judge who decided to appoint a guardian.
“Please be advised that Wendy does not agree with the appointment of a financial guardian by the court. Wendy was very clear that she did not want a financial guardian to tell her what she could and could not do with her money, “said Lawson Thomas.
The verdict has not yet been released on who will be Williams’ financial guardian, but his attorney, Thomas, believes Wells Fargo has leaked the report “in an attempt to reduce public outrage around the bank and regulatory scrutiny.”
In March, Williams accused his former manager, Barney Young, of using his American Express card to hire an attorney to file a petition against him. Williams ‘former financial adviser, Laurie Schiller, had applied to become Wells Fargo’s financial guardian after advising him to freeze Williams’ account.
“Wells Fargo has no questions or answers about my money. But that’s not right. And Laurie Schiller and Wells Fargo have this guardianship appeal about keeping me out of my money. That’s not right and that’s not right. ” Williams said in a video posted on social media.
In other news, the Wendy Williams talk show is set to end on June 17 after 14 years of broadcasting. For Sherry Shepard, who is meeting for the “How You Dine” host, she recently announced that the countdown to her new day talk show “Sherry” is about to begin!
In his new Shore promo, he shares that he “promises to take every step of the journey … behind the scenes, on the street, in the studio, rehearsals, interviews and more.”
“It’s my time! Doing my own show is my lifelong dream and it’s finally happening,” the 55-year-old announced his show, headlined Sherry.
Debmar-Mercury is the production company behind Wendy Williams’ show and will be relocating to work on Sherry’s new show this fall.
According to an insider, Shepherd’s show will be “a fun take on pop culture and entertainment, celebrity interviews and real people.”
“I can’t wait to return to New York to host the show and combine everything I like … pop culture, talk, entertainment and comedy,” Shepherd said earlier.
While Sherry is ready to take charge of the talk show kingdom of the day, Wendy still looks like she’ll be back on her throne in the fall, but close sources in her production insist she’s a wrapper – at least for now.
Some of Wendy’s employees feel that the iconic talk show host deserves at least one last hurray while other staff members are not so thrilled with the idea of Wendy’s return. Guess only time will tell!
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