Kevin Hunter called the police to come assist him move his things out of his estranged wife, Wendy Williams' New Jersey mansion this week.
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Kevin Hunter is reportedly negotiating his severance package after he was officially fired from The Wendy Williams Show as executive producer on Tuesday.
Wendy Williams's cheating husband Kevin Hunter was officially fired as Wendy's manager and executive producer of her hit daytime talk show.
As expected, Kevin Tsujihara - once the most powerful Asian mogul in Hollywood - has been forced out of his job as Warner Bros. Entertainment CEO and chairman. Tsujihara was allowed to gracefully "step down" from the job he's held for six years.
A reality TV surgeon was let go from the University of Miami Health System after he was caught posting images of a transgender patient's severed genitals on his Instagram.com account.
Roseanne Barr says Michelle Obama is to blame for getting her fired from the 2018 reboot of her ABC sitcom Roseanne. The 66-year-old comedienne was fired after she tweeted a meme comparing former White House advisor Valerie Jarrett with a character from the film Planet of the Apes.
Dozens of Chicago hospital workers, including emergency room nurses, were let go after they accessed actor Jussie Smollett's medical records via the hospital's secured computer network.
Jussie Smollett is no longer a cast member of Fox TV's hit musical Empire. The disgraced actor's character, Jamal Lyon, was written out of the last 5 episodes of the 2nd half of season 5, which returns from the fall break in March.
Empire fans can say with certainty that the body in the casket in season 5's dramatic finale is Jamal Lyon.
If you are a Black woman who lives and works in the corporate environment in New York City, you can now wear your natural textured hair to work without fear of retribution.
NYC guidelines now make it illegal to discriminate against people of African descent who wear their natural curly textured hair to work.
Brittany Noble-Jones was let go from her job as an anchorwoman for a Mississippi TV station after she objected to her boss referring to her natural hairstyle as "too unprofessional" for broadcast.