Wendy Williams’ Ex Husband Kevin Hunter Is Facing Foreclosure … After Alimony Payments Stop!

Kevin Hunter, the ex-husband of Wendy Williams and her former manager, is facing some tough times after Wendy’s manager and employer stopped paying his agreed-upon child support payments, Media Take Out has learned.

According to the court document, Kevin relies on Wendy’s court-ordered spousal payments to pay his bills, such as homeowners’ association payments, auto insurance and outstanding credit card bills.

Kevin filed a lawsuit against the people withholding his money, Media Take Out confirmed. “I’ve defaulted on most of my bills,” Wendy’s ex-husband claimed in his request. “I currently live in a community that requires payments to the homeowners association and I am behind on this bill.”

“If the homeowners association dues are not paid, foreclosure will soon follow,” he continued. “My car insurance wasn’t paid because I didn’t receive monthly severance payments. I’m behind on credit card payments because I haven’t had any money since severance payments were suspended.”

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“My life has been severely impacted since the plaintiff stopped making payments under our settlement agreement.”

Kevin also told the court that without the monthly child support payments he was promised as part of his and Wendy’s 2019 divorce settlement, he cannot afford health insurance, especially now that he needs hip surgery.

“The fact that I’m not able to sustain my life and pay my bills properly is extremely striking to me,” Kevin said. “I can’t pay my bills and make my daily living.”

Not only is Kevin Wendy’s ex-husband, but he was a crucial part of her success – he helped steer her career from being a radio disc jockey…. to the biggest talk show host on TV.

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