In a letter sent to New York Supreme Court Judge Arlene Bluth, attorney David H. Pikus wrote, on behalf of Wells Fargo, “We are concerned about [Wendy Williams’] situation. It is our hope that the Guardianship Part will imminently appoint a temporary guardian or evaluator to review the situation and ensure that [Williams’] affairs are being properly handled.” As reported by Page Six, the letter went on to call the talk show host an “incapacitated person.”
A bank spokesperson told Page Six, “We deny any allegations of improper actions with respect to Ms. Williams’ accounts and are fully participating in a court process to reach a resolution that is in her best interest. The financial well-being of our clients is at the heart of everything we do.”
Over the past few years, Williams has shared health updates with her fans, stating that she suffers from Graves’ disease and lymphedema. She has also talked about her addiction and how she lived in a sober living facility, says The Sun. Due to dealing with health issues, there have been an array of hosts stepping in on “The Wendy Williams Show,” and the rumors from TMZ are that Sherri Shepherd is set to take the spot permanently in September.