Wendy Williams’ Son Pleads Not Guilty For Assault Case
Wendy Williams’ son, Kevin Hunter Jr., has pleaded not guilty for his assault case against his father, Kevin Sr.
According to TMZ, Wendy’s 18-year-son pleaded not guilty during a court appearance early Tuesday morning. The prosecutor for the case asked for more because he needed to “review factors in the case” and believed that the case would be resolved in the next court hearing.
Wendy’s estranged husband, Kevin Sr., said he was not going to press charges against his son after his arrest for the assault last month. The teen allegedly punched him in the nose during a heated argument.
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Sources reported that Wendy and Kevin Sr. did not appear in the New Jersey courtroom at first but were sitting in a car and wanted to enter the courthouse together. However, they were both stopped by officials since the hearing was pushed to another date. There is speculation that a plea deal could be in place or a dismissal of charges.
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The case has slowed down tensions between Wendy and her estranged husband who are currently in the process of a divorce. Despite their marital issues, she still sees him as a good friend:
“There’s still love between us, regardless of the divorce”