Wendy Williams’ bank says she is an ‘incapable person’ and needs guardianship after apparently being concerned about her current situation.
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Wells Fargo expressed concern for its client after it sent a letter to New York Supreme Court Justice Arlene Bluth and requested a hearing to determine whether Williams needed conservatorship to oversee his finances and other assets. Wendy Williams hasn’t hosted her show since July 2021 due to her ongoing health issues, as reported Page 6.
“We hope that the guardianship party [of the court] will shortly appoint a temporary tutor or assessor to review the situation and ensure that [Williams’] business is well managed,said attorney David H. Pikus in the letter.
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Her attorney Celeste N. McCaw filed an emergency motion last Friday after Wells Fargo denied Williams all access to her accounts, assets and statements after the TV host’s former financial adviser said she was unable. Lori Schiller has reportedly been fired over alleged “mischief” involving her accounts and her conduct regarding their professional relationship.
McCaw also filed a temporary restraining order against Wells Fargo to prevent the bank from freezing Williams’ accounts.