Wendy Williams’ Ex-Husband Kevin Hunter Seeks Spousal Support Amid Divorce

Kevin Hunter, Wendy Williams’ estranged husband, is requesting spousal support following their divorce.

Hunter has filed for spousal and child support for their son, Kevin Hunter Jr., according TMZ. However, Hunter Jr. is already legally an adult and will turn 19 later this year.

Additionally, Hunter is also requesting Williams provide him with the cost of Hunter Jr.’s college education as well as “equitable distribution of all personal assets,” according to the court documents obtained by Page Six.

After 22 years of marriage, Williams filed for divorce last month, after reports that he allegedly fathered a child with his mistress.

Hunter is believed to be the father of a child with 33-year-old massage therapist Sharina Hudson.

“Sharina gave birth to the baby at Hahnemann University Hospital in Philly. Apparently, they chose this location because they were worried that if she gave birth in New York, it would be leaked to the press,” a source told Page Six.

Following her husband’s alleged mistress giving birth on March 25, Williams was found drunk, according to the New York Post. The news emerged about a week after Williams admitted on her talk show that she was living in a sobriety house to deal with substance abuse issues.

“This is a crazy situation, Wendy is in a halfway house fighting for her sobriety, while her husband is at the side of his mistress who is giving birth to a baby. Sharina went into labor on Sunday [and] is believed to have given birth late on Sunday or in the early hours of Monday,” a source told Page Six.

Hunter Breaks Silence

Recently, Hunter broke his silence on the divorce in a statement to People magazine. In the statement, he admitted that he was “not proud of my recent actions,” and also apologized “to my wife, my family and her amazing fans.”

He also said he would continue to help out however he could. “I am going through a time of self-reflection and am trying to right some wrongs,” he said.

“No matter what the outcome is or what the future holds, we are still The Hunter Family and I will continue to work with and fully support my wife in this business and through any and all obstacles she may face living her new life of sobriety, while I also work on mine,” he added.

Following the divorce, Williams wanted to establish an “appropriate amount of child support” as well as “other further relief as the Court deems fair and equitable,” according to Page Six.

Wendy Williams fires husband from her show

Recently, Williams also fired Hunter from “The Wendy Williams Show,” where he was the executive producer for over a decade.

“Keven Hunter is no longer an Executive Producer on the ‘Wendy Williams Show,'” a spokesperson told Page Six.

Hunter had been a part of the show since 2008, and while there were no issues with Hunter and his job duties, TMZ learned that his presence on set was causing Wendy Williams a lot of stress due to issues in their relationship.

In the midst of this affair, Williams missed hosting many episodes of her show, starting at the end of last year until she came back in the first part of this year.

While Williams never confirmed the cheating rumors about her husband, recently she had been seen without her wedding ring on some occasions.

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