Wendy Williams was supposed to get access to her bank accounts in July. But Wells Fargo bank is still freezing her funds, according to her manager Will Selby.
Williams, 58, has been battling the bank for control of her estimated $20 million fortune since January 2022.
A financial guardian was appointed to give Williams a monthly allowance.
A source close to Williams told The US Sun, "her team has not been paid since these accounts were shut. Her manager is relatively new, but there are people who have been working for her this entire time and they haven't seen a dime since the accounts were closed either."
Williams' accounts were frozen after bank officials claimed she has dementia and she's being exploited by people within her inner circle.
Dementia is a degenerative mental disorder characterized by memory loss and impaired thought processes that affects a person's ability to function and carry out activities of daily living.
Some days are better than others for people who suffer from dementia. Dementia is not a normal part of aging. It is caused by disease or injury to the brain cells.
A wide-eyed Williams recorded a video message promising her Instagram followers she will be back. The former daytime TV host is shopping a deal for a new podcast series.
Watch the video below.