Wendy Williams returns to rehab for substance abuse issues
Wendy Williams reportedly checked herself into a wellness facility after her health and substance abuse problems worsened.
Here’s everything you need to know.
Wendy Williams is back in rehab
Wendy Williams has reportedly returned to rehab following her falling out with production company Debmar-Mercury.
Still, one insider recently said, “It’s gotten worse,” referring to the 58-year-old TV host’s alleged addiction problems.
They continued: “She went from wine to straight vodka.”
However, Williams publicist Shawn Zanotti confirmed the news Wednesday during an interview with E! News.
In a statement, she revealed that Williams entered a “wellness facility seeking help in managing her overall health issues.”
In addition, Zanotti added, “She is taking some time to focus on her health and fitness as she prepares to make a big return to the next level of her career with ‘The Wendy Experience Podcast.’
She mentioned: ‘He can’t stop drinking and he has to stop drinking. It only worsens her health.’
In addition, the TV personality’s publicist further noted, “Ms. Williams is being treated by a team of some of the best doctors in the world.”
Zanotti concluded by asking fans for “prayers and well wishes during this time.”
What happened between Wendy Williams and Debmar-Mercury?
Wendy Williams’ alleged move came after Debmar-Mercury allegedly “refused” her to get the help she needed to overcome addiction issues.
In case you didn’t know, Debmar-Mercury is the production company that produced Williams’ iconic daytime talk show ‘The Wendy Williams Show.’
Subsequently, the source said: “They turned their backs on her.”
They further argued that Debmar-Mercury “had too much control over someone so vulnerable”.
Additionally, Williams’ ex-husband Kevin Hunter made similar claims during an interview this July.
He said: ‘Debmar would not support Wendy’s recovery efforts with the family.’
He added: “They wouldn’t sign anything that would help her recovery efforts.”
Meanwhile, Hunter also recalled the time Williams’ family met with the production company to discuss her struggles with drinking. However, instead of helping, Debmar-Mercury allegedly gave her an ultimatum.
He revealed, “They sat in a meeting with her entire family, including her now-deceased mother, and they didn’t sign off on a recovery effort that would help Wendy get well and live and be sober.”
Hunter continued, “They basically said, ‘If you don’t stop drinking, you’re going to lose the show.’
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