Is Wendy Williams Really Dissolving Her Foundation with her husband?
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Is Wendy Williams Really Dissolving Her Foundation with her husband?

Well, is Wendy Williams really dissolving her foundation with her husband? or is this just crisis management. Looking at court documents there is nothing to be found to say the two is getting a divorce at all.

Wendy Williams is dissolving The Hunter Foundation, the non-benefit association she established in 2014 with her presently offended spouse Kevin Hunter. The establishment is devoted to giving assets to sedate instruction, aversion and restoration projects and attempts to help individuals as they progress from dependence on recuperation. Williams, 54, reported the news on Wednesday's scene of her television show with an official articulation, taking note of that she "stays focused on helping other people in the battles of life." She said she would devote herself to "different establishments." The moderator, who was living in a calm house down up to this point, has been progressively open about her very own battles with substance misuse, incorporating a cocaine compulsion previously. In March, she reported that The Hunter Foundation had cooperated with T.R.U.S.T., an association committed to building a scaffold from treatment to long haul recuperation, to dispatch a national asset hotline.

 

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