Kevin Hunter Jr., Wendy WilliamsThe 22-year-old has reportedly hit a roadblock in regards to her stay at a luxury apartment in Miami, Florida.
According to The country of the US SunThe eviction case was filed against Kevin back in August, and it is related to non-payment of rent on the apartment, which he has been occupying since March 2021. The site also shows that Wendy paid the first year in advance,
However, if The Shade Room Previously, Wendy’s had problems with her bank, Wells Fargo, earlier this year. In particular, Wendy’s stock has been suspended, and the agency is looking for an “interim manager” to step in.
Kevin Hunter Jr.: “All the Financial Aid He Always Gave Away”
As a result of Wendy’s bank crisis, her 22-year-old son – a full-time student – was also affected, as he relied on her support.
The country of the US Sun reports Kevin earned nearly $70,000 in back rent when the lawsuit was filed. In response, he explained that the situation was out of his hands because of the Wells Fargo issue.
“My mother suffered from some health problems that caused the court to take control of her finances… The financial support she had always provided stopped.”
Kevin went on to make it clear that Wendy “has not been able to pay rent for the past several months since the one-year lease expired and the court was monitoring her finances.” He added that things “happened quickly and unexpectedly.”
Reportedly, Kevin has shared that he will be leaving on September 7, although the exact details are unclear.
Wendy Williams’ ex-husband has recently been involved again
In addition to her son, Wendy’s ex-husband—Kevin Hunter Sr.—is also dealing with the consequences of his banking situation.
The country of the US Sun reports that Wendy’s ex opened up to the courts that, since he stopped paying the bills, he has been unable to save money for his life.
“I have no money since the severance pay… My life has been affected since the plaintiff stopped paying according to our contract.”
Kevin Hunter Sr. he also wrote to have the money restarted, although it is unclear whether he will be successful in doing so.