Though Kevin is trying to stay positive in public, TMZ reports he will no longer operate as an executive producer of Wendy's show - not because of his infidelity, but for the sake of his estranged wife's mental health.
The talk-show host has clearly been in a dark place as she's struggled with sobriety and handled her husband's alleged not-so-private affair (and new baby!) with reported mistress Sharina Hudson. This past week, Mr. Hunter released a statement in which he said he took full responsibility for his actions and felt bad about it.
Williams and Hunter tied the knot in 1997 and share one son together, Kevin Hunter Jr.
After his dismissal, it was also revealed that the 54-year-old star has added extra personal security to her roster while her ex clears out.
Meanwhile, Wendy has remained business as usual, appearing upbeat on her show throughout the week.
Kevin is believed to want their huge fortune to be distributed equally because he has been a part of his wife's career since the beginning and they have both played an active role in accumulating success over the years. "So he says the night and he says the time and I said, "I can't go, I'm going with Boof for dinner" So Charlamagne says, 'Well, I know Boof, why don't we both take you out?'" As fans know, Kevin's ousting comes amid his and Wendy's divorce.
On Monday's broadcast of The Wendy Williams Show, Williams said she would "moving out of the sober house in just a few days" and alluded to her divorce, saying she has a "whole new life" planned for her and her son. "They really do", she told her audience. While that relationship seems to be over, she is rekindling another relationship with her former mentee, co-host of the Breakfast Club, Charlamagne the God. "I think when you let go of toxic people in your life, that's a big step in loving yourself, so I hope she keeps going". She even had to enter a sober living home in which she lived with other women struggling through similar problems.