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Wendy Williams and ex-husband sell New Jersey mansion for $1.45M after cutting price down by $525k following divorce

WENDY Williams has sold the New Jersey mansion she called home with ex-husband Kevin Hunter – for less than $1.5 million.

As part of their divorce the pair put the home on the market in 2019 for just under $2 million.


But they were unable to sell, and due to the coronavirus pandemic, they finally offloaded the property for $1,475,000, more than a 25% discount.

The pair's rep for the sale confirmed the news to TMZ, and revealed a young family had moved in.

The TV personality also dropped by to welcome the family to the home.

The home comes with 5,700 square feet of land, with five bedrooms and four bathrooms, and a master suite with huge walk-in closets, plus a marble bath, jacuzzi and steam shower.








Wendy and Kevin's divorce was granted by a judge in January, and accoridng to documents, the pair would each receive 50% profits of the sale.

Wendy will keep their Florida home, while Kevin will keep the proceeds of a house in Morristown, New Jersey, that he recently sold.

The couple, who were married for 22 years, also shared a production company, and the documents show that Kevin will sell his half to Wendy via a lump sum, plus a severance package, although the figures remain confidential.

In December, Wendy addressed her "year from hell" and expressed her "love" for fans for supporting her through all her divorce and addiction drama.





The mom-of-one recently announced The Wendy Williams Show is returning to the air in September.

She posted on Instagram: "The 12th season of WENDY starts SEPTEMBER 21!!! I can’t wait to get back to all of YOU and to my AMAZING staff and crew!!!

"I’m sooo excited to bring you silly, funny, glamour and hopefully brighten your day during these crazy times that we’re all living in…even if for just an hour.

"I miss you and can’t wait to get back in my purple chair and show you what we did to the set. I LOVE you for watching!"

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