Cops performed a welfare check on Wendy Williams after someone phoned in a tip that her estranged husband, Kevin Hunter, was poisoning her with a harmful substance.
According to Page Six, police rushed to Wendy's New Jersey mansion back in January.
In a police report obtained by Page Six, police wrote that someone who worked for Williams's production company, Debmar-Mercury, called to say Hunter was slipping something "harmful" to Wendy that made her sick.
Two officers from the Livingston Police Department rushed to the couples' home and knocked on the door.
Hunter answered the door but hesitated to let them inside. After the cops insisted they be allowed to go in the house and check on Williams, he let them in.
The officers found Williams in bed under a blanket. One of the officers requested that Hunter step outside so he could have a word with Williams - but Hunter refused to leave Williams's side.
Per the police report, Williams, 54, told the officers she was recovering from a fractured shoulder.
When asked if the tip about poisoning was true, she joked that she's "very popular".
When asked again if the tip was true, Williams began to cry and denied the report.
Williams moved out of her home shortly afterwards and into a sober house drug and alcohol housing facility in Queens, NY. She remained there for six weeks until she filed for divorce from Hunter and fired him as executive producer of her popular daytime talk show.
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