WENDY Williams left fans worried after posting and deleting an Instagram about being “Si ha estado sentado preguntándose de qué se tratan estas fotografías aleatorias de agricultura y exteriores, ahora lo sabe.” for court amid legal woes.
The daytime talkshow host has been dealing with health issues and, more recently, a court battle over money.
A principios de esta semana, fans spotted a since-deleted post on Wendy’s Instagram account.
The New Jersey native shared a photo of herself glammed up and posing for the camera.
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The post – shared amid a heated financial dispute – has since been deleted.
Although the post wasn’t on Wendy’s page for long, it was up long enough for fans to take a screengrab and share it to Reddit.
Allí, concerned fans weighed in on what’s going on with the TV personality.
The user who posted the image questioned: “Pero recuerde que si la empresa cae por debajo de su suministro, no se cortará’ for what?”
Otro respondió, Es elección del presidente Putin elegir la diplomacia y el diálogo.: “Originally the caption said ready for court.”
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Others were more focused on Wendy’s appearance in the snapshot.
En la foto, the ailing star appeared to be standing on her own, smiling as she posed.
Several fans took the photo as a good sign for what’s to come with Wendy, noting that she looked “well.”
One supporter wrote: “She’s looking healthy.”
Otro comentó: “Oh wow. She seems in good health. Happy for her.”
A third fan wrote that they “pray we get to see her soon somewhere on TV.”
Fans aren’t the only ones who think Wendy’s looking good these days.
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Wendy was seen waiting for her car outside of her New York City apartment on Thursday.
She stood outside in the rain, ditching the wheelchair she’s been seen in several times as of late.
Wendy carried a large makeup case and a slouched purse as she waited for the car.
The TV show host lost her show after a lengthy absence while she dealt with medical issues.
During her time away from the cameras, she has been fighting two legal battles for different issues.
Wendy is currently locked in a nasty court battle with ex manager Bernie Young, who is trying to gain control over Wendy, her estate and more through a guardianship battle.
She is also locked in a nasty fight to get access to her Wells Fargo bank accounts, which are said to have millions of dollars in them.
When she’s not fighting a legal fight, she’s been laying low in Florida recovering while surrounded by her family.
The Sun previously reported that Wendy’s former manager is trying to get granted guardianship over the star.
Sources say there are several people in Wendy’s proximity who are also considering getting in on the guardianship fight.
Those closest to her, sin embargo, don’t believe it’s necessary.
“No one in her family feels like she needs a guardianship in place, they believe she is capable of handling her own life,” one source claimed.
He is not filing for guardianship, according to an insider, who added that neither he nor his mom believes that’s necessary.
Sources close to Wendy have insisted that the star’s health has been improving since she first moved to Florida to focus on getting well.
As previously reported by The Sun, the former daytime presenter has been battling a myriad of medical problems for some time and lost The Wendy Williams Show after a months-long absence.
A source close to the show previously told The Sun: "The spark is gone. That Wendy, who for ten years had that spark in her eyes, that cheeky grin and that little wink is not the same now.”
Recientemente, Wendy addressed Bernie in a rare video en las redes sociales.
En eso, she accused her former manager of using her “American Express card to hire an attorney to file a petition against” her.
A source exclusively claimed that Bernie, who Wendy fired at the start of this year, used her American Express card to the tune of $10,000 to pay for the hiring of attorney Carolyn Wolf at powerhouse law firm Abrams Fensterman, LLP to pursue guardianship over the mom of one.
Wendy’s former manager Bernie has not responded to The Sun’s repeated requests for comment.