Here’s The REAL Reason That Wendy Williams’ Son & Husband Are Facing Financial CRISIS!!

This week Media Take Out reported that Wendy Williams’ son, 22-year-old Kevin Jr., and her ex-husband Kevin Hunter Sr., 50, both went to court – after Wendy Williams’ lawyers cleared SIE of further financial support had COMPLETED.

Well, Media Take Out spoke to a few people in the know – to get answers about what happened.

Here’s the tea. Wendy’s fortune – which we’re told is up to $50 million – will be controlled by attorney Sabrina Morrissey – while Wendy recovers from her recent health problems. It’s Sabrina, and not Wendy, who is responsible for managing the embattled daytime diva’s estate and deciding who gets a share of William’s hard-earned cash.

The insider told Media Take Out that Wendy’s only son was officially evicted from his Miami apartment in September after Sabrina stopped paying his $6,800 monthly rent.

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We were told Sabrina dropped out of Kevin Jr. after he decided to drop out of college. The guardian claims Wendy only agreed that she would support him while he completed his studies. And since Kevin Jr. chose not to re-enroll in college, the guardian argued he could “get a job.”

As for Wendy’s ex-spouse, Kevin Sr., Wendy’s attorney claims the former couple has an ironclad prenuptial agreement that states that if the talk show host was not employed, “all severance pay must either be terminated or amended.”

According to our insider, Wendy was not consulted in the process and is not responsible for either decision.

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