Wendy Williams left to die after losing access to bank accounts

By Satyajit 27/08/22

Wendy Joan Williams is an American broadcaster, actors, producer and writer. She was born on July 18, 1964 in Asbury Park, New Jersey, U.S.

Williams graduated from Ocean Township High School in 1982. In school life, she acted as an announcer at her younger brother Thomas’s Little League Baseball games. 

Wendy Williams graduated in 1986 with a Bachelor of Arts degree in communication. 

After graduating, Wendy Williams began her career as a disc jockey working for the small, calypso and reggae oriented WVIS in Frederiksted, US but leave it early. 

William works with various radio stations. As the time is going on, William gain popularity in radio station. 

By 1993, William was the highest rated host in her time slot in the New York City and received a Billlboard Radio Awar for R&B Major Market Radio Air Personality of the Year. 

William hosted the Nationally Syndicated television talk show “The Wendy Williams Show”. She is the author of three nonfiction books and also written several fiction books.

Prior to television, Wendy Williams was a radio DJ and host and known in New York as a Shock Jockette.

Wendy Williams’ former attorney claims her son misused Wendy Williams’ American Express card. 

Wells Fargo financial advisor Lori Schiller, who no longer works for Wendy Williams but is embroiled in her lawsuit against the bank, is attempting to “muddy the waters”. 

The real issue is that Wells Fargo, through their adviser, refused to grant Wendy William access to her own accounts. 

The Wells Fargo adviser and former manager Bernie Young were the only people with access. They left Wendy Williams to die. 

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