Wendy Williams has been charged with lying after responding to questions about her civil status.
According to a source, Williams fueled suspicions that she is married to an NYPD officer named Henry. In a recent interview, she finally addressed the allegations. And, much to everyone’s amazement, Williams claimed to be married.
However, according to a magazine insider, this is not the case. Everyone was taken aback by Williams’ statement because it was evident that she lied.
It’s unclear why Williams would do anything like this, but her former coworkers and other fans have noticed how strange her conduct has gotten. In fact, some people have already complained about Williams’ behavior.
A tipster claimed:
“She’s not married. It’s a bizarre thing to say, especially when it’s not true, but Wendy’s behavior has been erratic, to say the least. Friends and family are worried she’s losing it. They wonder whether this cop exists anywhere but in Wendy’s mind.”
Williams made news last week when several women came forward to describe her behavior on The Wendy Williams Show. According to The Hollywood Reporter, Williams struggled to accept the idea that her talk show was coming to an end.
Worse, Williams got concerned when she realized she would no longer have a job. As a result, she allegedly pretended not to know or recall being informed about the cancellation of her show.
Williams apparently asked why her program was not renewed every time she spoke with the producers and executives, even though she already knew the answer.
An informant also revealed that Williams kept empty bottles of booze in odd places around her workplace. Some bottles, for example, were discovered stashed on the ceiling, while others were discovered in drawers or under carpets.
This implies that William’s drinking problems continued, and that she too arrived at work inebriated.
In fact, after discovering that one of her pre-taped segments showed her looking inebriated, the producers were compelled to air an old episode. They couldn’t, of course, telecast the program, so they had to think rapidly on their feet.
The final line is that William apparently caused more harm than good, which is why she was fired.