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Wendy Williams received less than $500,000 for Lifetime Network’s controversial documentary “Where is Wendy Williams?”

According to court documents obtained by, the 59-year-old dementia patient was supposed to be paid $100,000 per episode in the 4-part documentary. also revealed the “How You Doing” media mogul received $1,000 a day to reimburse her “glam” squad for the documentary.

The payment plan was revealed in an 18-page contract Wendy allegedly signed in early 2023.

Around the same time period, doctors diagnosed Wendy with aphasia and frontotemporal dementia.

Wendy’s guardian suggests the former talk show host may not have known what she signed.

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As previously reported, Wendy’s court-ordered guardian Sabrina Morrissey questioned the validity of the contract. She filed a lawsuit against Lifetime’s parent company A&E Networks Television, LLC.

Morrissey claimed Wendy would not have wanted the world to see her disorientated, under the influence, and “in an obviously disabled state.”

Morrissey continues: “She was not, and is not, capable of consenting to the terms of the documentary Contract.

“And no one acting in [Wendy’s] best interest would allow her to be portrayed in the demeaning manner in which she is portrayed in the Trailer for the documentary.”

A judge allowed Lifetime Network to air the 4-part documentary last month.