Wendy Williams Confirms That People Were Stealing From Her in the New “Where Is Wendy Williams” Documentary

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The “Where Is Wendy Williams” documentary is yet to premiere, but fans already have a feel for it by watching the trailer. The two-minute clip highlights Wendy’s life after quitting her show and being with family. She also makes some shocking revelations that corroborate her son’s story.

“Where Is Wendy Williams” Trailer: Explained

The “Where Is Wendy Williams” trailer touches on the two-part show set to air on February 24 and 25. It gives fans an up-close view of the media magnate in her most vulnerable state. Wendy is seen moving in a wheelchair and being guided by an aide—possibly a family member.

Throughout the clip, Wendy barely manages to be independent while her family seems ever-ready to assist her. The trailer shows Wendy Williams acknowledging her drinking habits as she orders someone to remove her bottles.

In the trailer, the retired talk show host is seen conversing with her sister, to whom she reveals something important. Wendy claims that she had people around her who stole from her as her illness worsened.

Before now, her son, Kevin Hunter Jr., alleged that the former talk show host was surrounded by bad influences who made certain decisions for her. Fans have long anticipated the documentary since last fall when Wendy was caught on camera filming in New Jersey. But due to her declining illness, it never aired.

With the “Where Is Wendy” trailer out, there is a 100% chance that it will be different this time.
The news of the documentary comes on the heels of Miss Jones’ report after visiting Wendy’s home.

According to HotNewHipHop, the on-air personality realized that Wendy had been away and recuperating with family in Florida. Sources confirmed that Wendy had deteriorated, which led her family to step in. Towards the end of her time on TV, Wendy was deemed incapable of managing her finances and making certain decisions.

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