Making money moves!
The 49-year-old former The Wendy Williams Show producer shared a series of snaps via his Instagram Story on Wednesday, October 6, encouraging his followers to be authors.
The daytime diva and her estranged ex-hubby — who called it quits in 2019 — used to own the book publishing company together, but he won the company in their divorce settlement, according to Page Six.
The boasting of his own means of income comes after a source squealed Williams is bitter over her ex flaunting his lavish lifestyle as she continues to heal from ongoing health issues.
“She's getting better but she has been broken for a while and much of it is because of the way she feels her ex husband and his new family are enjoying the fruits of her labor,” a source dished of the 57-year-old chat show host, who was hospitalized for “psychiatric services” last month.
“She is hurt and betrayed and realizes how staying in an abusive situation has hurt her health,” revealed the insider, who pointed out Williams “finds it hard to watch him build another family with someone else while she is left feeling lonely.” Williams and Hunter share 20-year-old son Kevin Jr..
The Ask Wendy: Straight-Up Advice for All the Drama In Your Life author slapped Hunter with divorce papers after whispers he’d fathered a child with another woman, allegedly with mistress Sharina Hudson.
Since her split from the entrepreneur, the former radio host has had a string of short-lived flings. The source noted she "has tried to date and move on," but explained Hunter was the “love of [Wendy's] life,” as the two — who wed in 1997 — “were married for a long time.”
After a few delays due to health issues, The Wendy Williams Show season 13 premiere is slated for Monday, October 18.