Wendy Williams has washed her hands of her cheating husband, Kevin Hunter. The 54-year-old talk show diva dissolved the charitable foundation she once operated with Hunter, 47.
Wendy announced the dissolution of The Hunter Foundation on Wednesday, episode of her talk show. The foundation was dedicated to providing resources and rehabilitation for drug addicts.
Wendy announced the dissolution of the foundation by reading from a statement on her show.
"Wendy Williams has been, and remains, committed to helping others in the struggles of life," she said, referring to herself in the third person. "While accepting her new reality, many things in her life have changed including the dissolution of The Hunter Foundation. Wendy's giving spirit will continue through her work with other foundations. Thank you."
The dissolution of the charitable foundation ends Williams' business ties to Hunter, who fathered a daughter with his longtime mistress outside his marriage.
In response to her divorce petition, Hunter asked the court to compel Wendy to pay his legal fees and to pay him child support for their 18-year-old son, Kevin Hunter, Jr., who is away at college.
Wendy filed for divorce in April, moving out of the massive New Jersey mansion they once shared with their son, Kevin Hunter, Jr.
Wendy leased a swanky penthouse in Manhattan near her Chelsea Studios. She reportedly filled the apartment with expensive furniture and a new man to keep her warm at night.
Wendy and Hunter founded the organization in 2014.
"If you're an addict or a substance abuser don't be ashamed," Wendy said in a PSA for the charity hotline. "Help is here for you, or a family member, or a loved one. Call, don't be ashamed. There is hope. I'm living proof."
Ironically, she moved into a sober house in Queens in March while undergoing treatment for her own substance abuse problems.