Wendy Williams’ Guardian Opens Lawsuit Against Lifetime, Accusing Docuseries of Exploiting Star During Health Struggles

Wendy Williams’ guardian, Sabrina Morrissey, is upset with a documentary series by A&E called Where Is Wendy Williams?. She thinks the series is unfair and makes Wendy look bad.

Morrissey filed a lawsuit on February 20 to stop the 4.5-hour documentary from airing after seeing the trailer. She says the documentary makes Wendy look bad and suggests she’s broke and struggling with substance abuse.

According to Morrissey, Wendy wasn’t able to agree to the terms of her contract with A&E, and the court’s permission was needed. But A&E went ahead without getting approval from the court or Wendy’s guardian.

Morrissey thought the documentary would show Wendy in a positive light but was shocked when she saw the trailer. She thinks the documentary is exploiting Wendy’s medical condition for entertainment.

Lifetime, the network airing the documentary, has a different perspective and is waiting for their side of the story to be unsealed.

The court initially stopped the documentary from airing, but that decision was later overturned.

The documentary shows a tough time in Wendy’s life after her talk show was canceled due to her struggles with alcohol and health issues like Graves’ disease and lymphedema.

Just before the documentary aired, Wendy’s team revealed she had been diagnosed with progressive aphasia and frontotemporal dementia (FTD).

Despite her health challenges, Wendy’s team says she’s still able to do many things for herself and keeps her sense of humor.

Morrissey claims she didn’t know the full nature of the documentary, but the executive producer says Wendy’s team and guardianship approved it. They say they followed the rules but had to change the direction of the documentary when they realized the truth of Wendy’s situation.

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