Wendy Williams Reportedly Ordered to Pay $250K to Kevin Hunter so He Can Find a New Home
Wendy Williams was obligated to pay her estranged husband, Kevin Hunter for his new living arrangements as part of an interim financial agreement in their ongoing divorce.
In the midst of divorce proceedings with her estranged husband, Kevin Hunter, Wendy Williams has been obligated to help him out financially in securing his new home.
"I didn’t think it [her marriage] would end, first of all, and second of all, that is not sexy to introduce paperwork when you are in love with somebody,” the talk show host explained of her lack of a prenup...
Wendy Williams visiting the New York studio of "Extra" in 2015. | Photo: Getty Images
THE WEIGHT OF HUNTER'S NEW HOME ON WILLIAM'S SHOULDERS
New court documents obtained by Page Six reveal Williams was ordered to pay Hunter $250,000 to help him find a new place to say. He was ordered to leave their marital home in Livingston, New Jersey which has been in the market since the summer. It is currently priced at $1,895,000 which is $200,000 less than the price the couple paid for it.
The interim financial agreement is part of an ongoing divorce process initiated by Williams following the birth of Hunter’s child with his long-time mistress, Sharina Hudson.
Wendy Williams and Kevin Hunter during better days in New York City in 2010. | Photo: Getty Images
ON THEIR LACK OF A PRENUP
It didn’t seem to be panning out well during negotiations especially since the more financially sound Williams finds herself at a losing end without a prenuptial agreement in place.
"I didn’t think it [her marriage] would end, first of all, and second of all, that is not sexy to introduce paperwork when you are in love with somebody,” the talk show host explained of her lack of a prenup during a recent interview on Sway's Universe.
Kevin Hunter, Wendy Williams and their only son and child, Kevin Hunter, Jr. celebrating the couple's Hunter Foundation in July 2017. | Photo: Getty Images
Having learned from this misstep, Williams vowed to “choose differently this time” in the event of finding a new man.
“I need a man with a full career and his own money and his own situation. I don't want anything from you, except your love and respect. And don't ask anything of me,” the 55-year-old detailed when she spoke of the kind of man she intends to date in the future.
THE SILVER LINING
In the meantime, Williams can count on her being financially stable for at least three more years. She recently announced that her daytime program, “The Wendy Williams Show” has been renewed for two more seasons until 2022.
Williams shed tears when she made the announcement on her show as confetti dropped from the ceiling. It was pleasant news to fans who worried about the show’s future after rumors suggested it was going to be axed.
Williams expressed her gratitude to Fox for their support of her 11-year-show especially after the tough year she went through.