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Wendy Williams' Lawyer Opens Up About The Star's Feelings Now That The Court Has Appointed A Financial Guardian To Her Case

show will be moving on with Sherri Shepherd heading it up. Meanwhile, there have also been issues with her gaining access to her bank statements with Wells Fargo, with the latest update being that the former daytime host was appointed a financial guardian by a judge. Now, her lawyer is opening up about how she feels about everything that has gone down.
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