Kevin Hunter opened up about his estranged wife, Wendy Williams, dissolving the foundation they once operated to help drug addicts.
The Hunter Foundation was dedicated to providing resources and rehabilitation for drug addicts.
Wendy, 54, announced the dissolution of the Hunter Foundation by reading from a statement on a recent episode of her popular talk 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."
Hunter, 47, said he was disappointed, but the Hunter Foundation's philanthropic work will continue.
"Although The Hunter Foundation in its current form will dissolve, the important work will live on," he said in a statement to Page Six. "I plan on launching a new foundation in the near future to continue the important mission in helping those struggling with drug addiction and substance abuse."
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.
Hunter was involved in a fist fight with his son last week, according to The Blast.
Sources close to the situation tell The Blast, Kevin and 19-year-old Kevin Jr. got into a physical altercation this week. We’re told it was so bad, cops were called, but it’s unclear if anyone was arrested.
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