Kevin Hunter Jr., the 22-year-old son of Wendy Williams, has been evicted from his expensive Miami apartment after severely falling behind on rent payments following Wendy’s financial issues. According to court documents retrieved by The Sun, a lawsuit was brought against him for owing $70,000 in back rent following the initial one-year lease that his mother paid off when she first purchased it for him.
The documents obtained showed that Williams paid $100,000 towards the apartment when Hunter first moved in, and an agreement was made for him to pay the monthly rent following that one-year term, and the security deposit ran out. However, according to Hunter, he says since Wendy’s bank accounts were frozen in January, he’s been dealing with attending school full-time and contending with both the COVID pandemic and his mother’s ailments. Without that support, he claims he hasn’t been able to keep up with the payments.
“My mom went through some health issues that put the court in control of her finances,” Hunter explained, “All of the financial support that she always gave stopped [because due to] medical and legal reasons, she has not been able to pay the rent for the past months since the 1-year lease ended and the court controlled her finances.” The suddenness of the situation developing left Hunter needing to move out on September 7.
“Everything happened very quickly and unexpectedly, and I had no idea things would end up like this.”
Kevin Hunter Jr isn’t the only one who was having financial issues following the development of Wendy William’s health issues. His father, Kevin Sr., has also claimed he could not afford essential living or health payments after his alimony payments stopped. He told the courts, “I have fallen behind on most of my bills. I currently live in a community that requires payments to the homeowners association, and I’m behind on that bill. If the homeowners association fees are not paid, a foreclosure will soon follow. My car insurance hasn’t been paid as a result of not receiving monthly severance payments. I’m behind on credit card payments because I have no money since the severance payments were suspended.”