È la battaglia del conto in banca per Wendy Williams. Negli ultimi mesi, la celebrità conduttrice di gossip ha fatto avanti e indietro con la sua banca, Wells Fargo, su chi può e non può controllare le sue finanze.
A judge has placed a financial guardian over Wendy Williams
Despite Wendy Williams' intention to get control of her money back, that may take longer than expected because on Thursday, May 19, a judge put a financial guardian in place for Williams. After news broke regarding the guardianship, it didn't take long for Williams' legal team to speak out against the ruling.
"Please be advised that Wendy is not in agreement with the appointment of a financial guardian by the court," her attorney, LaShawn Thomas, said, per The Shade Room. "Wendy has been very clear that she does not want a financial guardian to tell her what she can and cannot do with her money," Thomas further explained.
At this time, the guardianship is set to last until July and it is not yet known who will be Williams' financial guardian, per Deadline. But no matter who it is, Williams has had a rocky past with anyone running her finances. Back in March, Williams blasted Bernie Young, her former manager, saying he "used my American Express card" for legal retaliation. Not only that, Lori Schiller, who used to be Williams' financial advisor, reportedly froze the talk show star's bank accounts, saying she was not stable enough to handle her own accounts, per Page Six. Taking to her Instagram account in March, Williams put it simply by saying to her fans, "I want my money" — a sentiment that continues to be true for the embattled talk show host.