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Wendy Williams summons Wells Fargo to block her access to her money: ‘It’s not fair’

Wendy Williams summons Wells Fargo to block her access to her money: 'It's not fair'

Wendy Williams She asks Wells Fargo to give her access to her money, saying in a video Wednesday that the bank is not treating her fairly.

The former talk show host shared the video on her personal Instagram account. Wells Fargo is accused of freezing it from its own account and has specifically spoken out against the actions of Lori Schiller, the national advisor to the Wells Fargo Consultants in New York, as well as its former director Bernie Young.

“The thing I see is I was asking questions about my money and when I started asking questions about my money, all of a sudden Laurie Schiller got no response regarding my money. I want my money. It’s not fair. Wells Fargo has no questions and answers about my money,” Williams, 57 , he claims.

Williams went on to accuse her former manager Young of using “my American Express card to hire a lawyer to file a petition against me.”

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“Bernie, you’re no good and that’s not fair at all,” she says.

Wendy Williams has asked Wells Fargo to give her access to her money in a new video posted to Instagram. (Lloyd Bishop/NBC/NBC U Photobank/Getty Images)

Williams went on to claim that she did not get her medical information from a previous doctor.

“She was sent to Laurie Schiller so I didn’t get the stuff. I fired the doctor and again all I want to know is where my money is? It’s not right and sure, it’s not fair… Wells Fargo used all of these things to create a guardianship over me” .

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“Please let me get my money,” she concluded by pleading with Schiller, Young and Wells Fargo.

“This is not right and again this is not fair. Have a nice day, thank you,” she concluded with the video statement.

Commenting on the post, Williams also wrote, “I’m sick of everyone talking as if they were me in this scenario. It’s time to let all my loving supporters know what’s really going on with Wendy.”

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Both Williams and Wells Fargo attorneys filed legal documents to defend their cases. Last month, Williams filed a temporary restraining order against Wells Fargo in order to gain access to her cash. According to Williams’ court filings, the bank’s move reportedly came after Williams’ former financial advisor alleged that Williams was “of unsound mind”.

Wendy Williams is seen walking in Soho on March 21, 2021 in New York City. (Raymond Hall/GC Images/Getty Images)

The bank’s financial advisors told Fox News Digital in February that the company’s only goal was to ensure “Wendy Williams Show” The host is able to make payments to entities that have paid them “regularly”, despite what her camp says in the records about her being “okay” in response to what she has been described as a “helpless person”.

“Wells Fargo’s priority is Ms. Williams’ financial well-being and preservation of her privacy,” the statement read. “As we have indicated to the court, Wells Fargo is open to working with Ms. Williams’ attorneys to release funds directly to her creditors in exchange for historically and regularly paid bills from her accounts.”

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Williams has denied that she was unable to fend for herself, and according to a statement from her attorney LaShawn Thomas to Fox News Digital, Williams is “fine” and “of a sound mind.”

Wells Fargo, Schiller, and Young representatives did not immediately respond to Fox Business requests for comment.

Fox Business’ Julius Young contributed to this report.