Wendy Williams He filed a temporary restraining order against Wells Fargo in order to gain access to her cash. According to Williams’ court filings, the bank’s move reportedly came after Williams’ former financial advisor alleged that Williams was “of unsound mind”.
On Friday, the bank’s financial advisors told Fox News Digital that the company’s sole goal is to ensure “Wendy Williams Show” The host is able to make payments to entities that have paid them “regularly”, despite what her camp says in the records about her being “okay” in response to what she has been described as a “helpless person”.
“Wells Fargo’s priority is the financial well-being of Ms. Williams and the preservation of her privacy,” the statement read. “As we have indicated to the court, Wells Fargo is open to working with Ms. Williams’ attorneys to release funds directly to her creditors in exchange for historically and regularly paid bills from her accounts.”
Williams has denied that she was unable to fend for herself, and according to a statement from her attorney LaShawn Thomas to Fox News Digital, Williams is “fine” and “of a sound mind.”
“Wendy wants the world to know that she strongly denies all allegations regarding her mental health and well-being,” Thomas said.
Williams reportedly filed a temporary restraining order against Wells Fargo asking the court to “re-open any frozen accounts or assets” and grant Williams “access to any and all associated data”.
Wells Fargo has not confirmed to Fox News Digital whether the former radio host has actually been frozen out of her bank accounts.
In her statement, Thomas further lobbied for Williams’ reason for taking legal action against Wells Fargo.
“Wendy, unfortunately, had to lift this action because Wells Fargo refused to honor her power of attorney, and gave her son the authority to make inquiries to the bank on Wendy’s behalf,” the statement read. “Wendy also believes that all the false accounts currently on tours derive from this source and she is sad that she once considered this person a friend.”
Wells Fargo initially filed a letter in court alleging that he was fed up with Williams’ financial situation and had reason to believe that Williams was “the victim of undue influence and financial abuse”. for every People magazinethe filing does not “identify who or what is taking advantage of Williams or improperly affecting”.
The bank reportedly confirmed that Williams’ financial advisor had “recently seen telltale signs of abuse, including [Williams’] their own express concerns, but also towards other independent third parties know [Williams] Well and share those concerns.”
In response to the supposed concerns, Williams’ attorney said her statement to that is: “It is distressing to Wendy that Wells Fargo has chosen to believe the allegations of a disgruntled former employee because she no longer has direct and unrestricted access to Wendy’s financial affairs.”
Per People, in the filing, Williams also noted that she had fired her financial advisor, Laurie Shiller “because of Shiller’s wrongdoing with respect to: [Williams]Schiller’s narratives and inappropriate behavior in connection with their professional relationship, “the record alleged, adding that Wells Fargo erroneously” still relied on Schiller’s advice as support for his decision to refuse [Williams] access to its financial assets and data.
Williams has not hosted her daily talk show in nearly a year. She was speaking out loud about her struggle with Graves’ disease.
After a conveyor belt for hosts, it was announced this week that actress Sherry Shepherd will be taking over the temporary hosting duties on a permanent basis.
Schiller did not immediately respond to a Fox News request for comment.