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Insiders close to Wendy Williams are now revealing just how dire the star was in the height of her 2020 relapse, just days after she checked back into treatment.Wendy, 58, was reportedly 'at death's door' prior to her hospitalization two years ago for mental health issues and alcoholism, sources told Page Six on Friday.Earlier this week, Williams' rep announced that the talk show host had checked into a treatment facility to get her health under control as she mounts a comeback.  Scary times: Insiders close to Wendy Williams are now revealing just how dire the star was in the height of her 2020 relapse, just days after she checked back into treatment (pictured in August)'She was really, in my opinion, at death's door,' someone who witness the ordeal revealed, adding that had people in Wendy's orbit not intervened, she likely would have succumbed to her addiction.According to sources, Wendy's pal, DJ Boof, once found the daytime TV legend  'catatonic' at her Manhattan apartment a few years back.  But, despite her state, Wendy's manager didn't want to call for emergency services to intervene.'I don't think he understood the extent of what was going on, and I don't think he wanted it to get out that she was not well, and he definitely didn't want a 911 call like [what] happened a year later,'  the source told Page Six.  Concerning: A troubled Wendy films her talk show from home in 2020 Struggling: Wendy, 58, was reportedly 'at death's door' prior to her hospitalization two years ago for mental health issues and alcoholism, sources told Page Six on Friday Another source added that Wendy's living situation was scary at the time:  'It was pretty much a mess.
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Insiders close to Wendy Williams are now revealing just how dire the star was in the height of her 2020 relapse, just days after she checked back into treatment.Wendy, 58, was reportedly 'at death's door' prior to her hospitalization two years ago for mental health issues and alcoholism, sources told Page Six on Friday.Earlier this week, Williams' rep announced that the talk show host had checked into a treatment facility to get her health under control as she mounts a comeback.  Scary times: Insiders close to Wendy Williams are now revealing just how dire the star was in the height of her 2020 relapse, just days after she checked back into treatment (pictured in August)'She was really, in my opinion, at death's door,' someone who witness the ordeal revealed, adding that had people in Wendy's orbit not intervened, she likely would have succumbed to her addiction.According to sources, Wendy's pal, DJ Boof, once found the daytime TV legend  'catatonic' at her Manhattan apartment a few years back.  But, despite her state, Wendy's manager didn't want to call for emergency services to intervene.'I don't think he understood the extent of what was going on, and I don't think he wanted it to get out that she was not well, and he definitely didn't want a 911 call like [what] happened a year later,'  the source told Page Six.  Concerning: A troubled Wendy films her talk show from home in 2020 Struggling: Wendy, 58, was reportedly 'at death's door' prior to her hospitalization two years ago for mental health issues and alcoholism, sources told Page Six on Friday Another source added that Wendy's living situation was scary at the time:  'It was pretty much a mess.
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Insiders close to Wendy Williams are now revealing just how dire the star was in the height of her 2020 relapse, just days after she checked back into treatment.Wendy, 58, was reportedly 'at death's door' prior to her hospitalization two years ago for mental health issues and alcoholism, sources told Page Six on Friday.Earlier this week, Williams' rep announced that the talk show host had checked into a treatment facility to get her health under control as she mounts a comeback.  Scary times: Insiders close to Wendy Williams are now revealing just how dire the star was in the height of her 2020 relapse, just days after she checked back into treatment (pictured in August)'She was really, in my opinion, at death's door,' someone who witness the ordeal revealed, adding that had people in Wendy's orbit not intervened, she likely would have succumbed to her addiction.According to sources, Wendy's pal, DJ Boof, once found the daytime TV legend  'catatonic' at her Manhattan apartment a few years back.  But, despite her state, Wendy's manager didn't want to call for emergency services to intervene.'I don't think he understood the extent of what was going on, and I don't think he wanted it to get out that she was not well, and he definitely didn't want a 911 call like [what] happened a year later,'  the source told Page Six.  Struggling: Wendy, 58, was reportedly 'at death's door' prior to her hospitalization two years ago for mental health issues and alcoholism, sources told Page Six on Friday Another source added that Wendy's living situation was scary at the time:  'It was pretty much a mess. It was a mess.''She was in her robe, it was soiled, she was catatonic, she was in a very, very bad state.
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Wendy Williams smiles in NYC... just days before ex-financial adviser said she was left in a 'mess'
Wendy Williams looked bright and cheery as she made a late night run in New York City earlier this week.The 58-year-old former talk show host wore short shorts and bared her belly in a tied up shirt as she headed to a convenience store.It came only days before her ex-financial manager, LaShawn Thomas, claimed the personality was 'left to die.' Upbeat: Wendy Williams looked bright and cheery as she made a late night run in New York City earlier this weekWilliams, who recently halted her long-running TV show, put on a leggy display in the shrunken denim shorts.They were cuffed at the hem and she added a gold chain belt for an embellished look as she showed off her long legs.  A bit of the New Jersey native's star tattoos were visible in the low-cut bottoms, which she teamed with a plunging black t-shirt.Wendy displayed her cleavage as she arranged the tee into a knot at the center, drawing focus to her midriff and cleavage.  Ahead of bombshell comments: It came only days before her ex-financial advisor Lori Schiller claimed the personality was 'left to die' and had to pay her bills with her American Express card after Wells Fargo refused her access to her bank accountsThe mom-of-one made a statement in a swipe of bright, hot pink lipstick that she matched to blush in a similar shade.It highlighted her dimpled cheeks, and she additionally made her eyes pop with dark liner and mascara.Williams, who made a name for herself in the 90s as a New York radio host, stacked multiple bangles and a watch on one wrist.She put on a glamorous display with her nails painted in a bold pink tone as she carried a large, green Gucci bag.  Accessories: Williams, who made a name for herself in the 90s as a New York radio host, stacked multiple
Wendy Williams Hunter (born Wendy Joan Williams; July 18, 1964) is an American television host, businesswoman, media personality and author. Since 2008, she has hosted the nationally syndicated television talk show The Wendy Williams Show. Prior to television, Williams was a radio DJ and host and quickly became known in New York as a "shock jockette". She gained notoriety for her on-air spats with celebrities and was the subject of the 2006 VH1 reality TV series The Wendy Williams Experience which broadcast events surrounding her radio show. She was inducted into the National Radio Hall of Fame in 2009.
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