She reportedly has signed a lease on a new home in Manhattan.
Wendy Williams has recently taken time on her show to share that she's ready to start her new life, and she's doing her best to eliminate her soon-to-be ex-husband as soon as possible. "I have to tell you, you know I've been dealing with issues of addiction, alcoholism, and I have a whole new life that I plan for myself and my son," she said, purposefully leaving out Kevin Hunter's name. Now that Hunter has reportedly been axed as the executive producer of her show, Williams wants to sever all ties with her alleged cheating spouse.
According to TMZ, Williams has been working diligently to cut Hunter off from all of her accounts and finances. There are rumors that he received a $10 million payout to leave The Wendy Williams Show, but that doesn't mean that he still doesn't have some access to personal finances, especially considering the two were together for two decades. The publication states that Williams has hired a team of advisors to ensure that her money is secure, and she's gone so far as to create new accounts for herself—something that she reportedly did before serving Hunter with divorce papers.
We previously reported that Williams is making a swift exit from her New Jersey home where she and Hunter lived together and is on the hunt to find a place for herself and her son. TMZ shares that Williams has found new digs in Manhattan and has paid rent for the next 12 months.