On Tuesday, the ex-husband of Wendy Williams, Kevin Hunter, determined to go stay and deal with his 2019 divorce from the discuss present veteran, alleged blood transfusions, and a lawsuit in opposition to Debmar-Mercury.
Whereas sitting exterior of an unknown location, Hunter took the time to acknowledge Wendy Williams and her accomplishments. “With regards to no matter narratives that may be spun on the market–concerning me, my whole household–I wish to at first say I really respect all I used to be capable of expertise with my ex-wife and what we have been capable of accomplish,” he stated.
Hunter additionally spoke briefly about his affair with Sharina Hudson which produced a child and in the end ended his marriage to Wendy Williams. “With regards to my private lifetime of what the general public has been capable of see in real-time, I take full accountability for my actions and perceive how I might need damage lots of people,” he expressed. The daddy of two continued, “I did damage someone, for that, I want her nothing however the most effective and wellness and help.”
Hunter additionally alluded to Wendy having points with folks round her, and their son, Kevin Jr., having to step in and demand a welfare examine. Hunter acknowledged their son threatened to name 911, with a purpose to examine on his mom. With out going into deep element, Hunter additionally acknowledged that Wendy wanted “two blood transfusions.”
He went on to talk about constructing his personal legacy along with his new companion. “I’m a part of someone else’s legacy, after which I’m establishing my very own legacy for each of my children…my lovely children, and my present beautiful scenario with my companion, my pal, my confidante.”
“The help I’ll proceed to have for my son. The help I’ll proceed to have for his mother, it doesn’t matter what takes place,” Hunter expressed.
Hunter additionally stated what occurred to him as an government producer for The Wendy Williams Present was not needed. “What occurred to me as an government in a enterprise that doesn’t have a whole lot of range was not referred to as for, and I struggled whether or not I used to be going to pursue this.”
As we solely reported, Hunter filed a lawsuit in opposition to Debmar-Mercury in February. He’s looking for $7 million, plus further damages.