Wendy Williams has set a cease and desist letter to a blog after it published a report claiming her husband Kevin Hunter impregnated his alleged mistress.
Love B. Scott published an article last month citing sources who claimed the talk show host is self-medicating — an insider claimed those around her suspect it may be opioids or prescription medication — and that her husband of 21 years has gotten Sharina Hudson, his rumored mistress of a decade, pregnant.
“She’s allegedly pregnant and still living just down the street from their house,” the source alleged. “Word around the show is that they’re going to divorce sometime now that little Kevin has gone college.”
They later published a story saying that the host’s people reached out demanding the article is retracted.
“Mrs. Wendy Williams-Hunter and Mr. Kevin Hunter categorically deny each and every allegation made by your ‘sources,’ even if not specifically enumerated herein.”
However, Radar Online reported Wednesday, Jan. 2 that Hunter, who shares an 18-year-old son with Williams, has placed the Morristown, N.J. home he’s said to have lived in with his mistress, for sale at $719,000. The realtor company it’s listed with, Coldwell Banker, states it’s been on the market since Nov. 7.
A source said Hunter and Hudson are completely “moved out” of the home with only a few clothing and personal items remaining. Public records show the house was sold for $765,000 in January 2017. The deed was sold to Morris Tee LLC from Kelvin Hunter, which is either a typo or a way to hide his Hunter’s real name, in April 2017.
The Daily Mail has reported that the house in question is nine miles away from the one he shares with Williams, who has repeatedly denied there are any issues in her marriage with Hunter.
Of the 2017 report from the U.K. publication, Williams’ spokesperson said, “One plus one does not equal three. This woman is a friend of Mr. Hunter but there is no ‘there’ there.” The representative’s response referred Gertrude Stein’s comment in the 1937 film, “Everybody’s Autobiography.” The quote means nothing significant exists.
More recently, in September, Williams herself addressed the ongoing rumors by simply telling radio show “DeDe in the Morning” that “no relationship is perfect.”
Months earlier, when Hunter was spotted out with Hudson, who was apparently flashing an engagement ring, in August, Williams said on “The Wendy Williams Show,” “I stand by my guy,” and showed off her massive wedding band.