Wendy Williams has filed for divorce from Kevin Hunter

Brenda Watkins
April 12, 2019

Talk show host Wendy Williams divorce from husband Kevin Hunter is finally going down after speculations from various quarters, over cheating allegation on the side of the husband.

As previously noted, Page Six reported on Tuesday that staffers on the "Wendy Williams Show" were upset because of the late cancellation and because she did not give a good enough reason for pulling out.

A spokesperson for The Wendy Williams Show show tells Yahoo, "Wendy and her family have been a part of Debmar-Mercury [media company] for over 10 years".

"I'm still very much in love with my husband", she told her viewers. However, their marriage has been the center of many rumors lately and Williams has pushed back on them. Hunter was photographed with a woman named Sharina Hudson in 2017. Well... I don't want normal, I want magic; cause that's the place that feels like home to me. "I'm still wearing my ring".

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For the record though, this isn't the first time Wendy has hosted her show without her ring on. "Marriages are not easy". Soon after that, she went public with the news that she has been living in a sober house to treat an unspecified addiction (though she had been public with her battles with cocaine). When she returned in early March, she infamously waved her wedding ring and said, "It ain't going anywhere - not in this lifetime". Apparently, Williams served Hunter with divorce papers at 6:30 a.m.

The couple got married in 1997 and have one child together, Kevin Jr., 19. However, this might mean something different given they confirmed that she is filing for divorce. But her emotional on-air announcement intensified the scrutiny around Hunter, an executive producer on the show and Williams's longtime manager, amid tabloid reports that he had a baby with another woman.

In 2008, Hunter was accused of sexually harassing a staffer on his wife's radio show, The Wendy Williams Experience.

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