Wendy Williams’ Legal Battle That She Is An “Incapacitated Person” Against Wells Fargo Sealed
Wendy Williams’ legal case against Wells Fargo that claimed that she is an “incapacitated person” who needs guardianship has been sealed.
According to Page Six, sealing the file ensures that all relevant documents attached to the case must stay closed for public viewing and will require a court order to access.
“We are concerned about [Williams’] situation,” attorney David H. Pikus wrote in a letter on behalf of the bank to New York Supreme Court Judge Arlene Bluth. “It is our hope that the Guardianship Part [of the court] will imminently appoint a temporary guardian or evaluator to review the situation and ensure that [Williams’] affairs are being properly handled.”
The daytime talk show host previously addressed the reports about the current legal battle against Wells Fargo and the rumors about the status of her mental health.
Williams attorney, LaShawn Thomas, Esq., issued a statement obtained by BET.com on Monday (Feb. 14) to respond to the several allegations and shared that the 57-year-old denies “all allegations about her mental health and well-being.”
In other Wendy Williams news, the daytime talk show host went to Instagram to share an update about her life and health, which has been the subject of rumors and scrutiny since she took an extended hiatus from her eponymous talk show last year.
During the 5-minute clip, Williams seemingly shut down those rumors and asked fans to keep sending positive messages for her to read daily. Later in the video, Wendy said she is going to hit the gym after her oceanside walk and then make a few calls to friends and family.