This couple may cite irreconcilable differences on their divorce papers, but the most pressing issue may be the irreconcilable finances of their charitable organization.
The sudden spurt of advertising for their charity is not random act of kindness.
It is closely related to the recent decision by one spouse to finally pull the trigger on the divorce.
Tamara Tattles exclusive sources claim that the IRS and the State Attorney General’s office are looking into the finances of the couple’s non-profit. The paper trail seems to indicate that money from their foundation has been used to finance the lifestyle of one or both of the spouses.
It’s one thing for the spouse to fund extracurricular activities with their spouse’s income.
But, it is quite another to fund one’s lifestyle from the charitable organization.
Federal tax law prohibits personal benefit to any party in control of a charity.
So, to add to all the other drama in this sham of a marriage, the Feds are allegedly conducting an investigation.
They now desperately need people in actual need services to seek their assistance.
The Feds seems to be really focused on putting people with name recognition lately.
Perhaps a certain west coast charity will be next on the list?
The Hunter Foundation
provides grants for drug education, prevention and rehabilitation programs. Founded by Wendy Williams Hunter, her husband Kevin Hunter and their son Kevin Jr., we are dedicated to changing the negative story about youths and addiction.
Wendy Williams & The Hunter Foundation Launches National Hotline to Help Substance Abuse
TV Host Wendy Williams Hunter, along with The Hunter Foundation. has entered in a partnership with T.R.U.S.T. to launch a national hotline for those who are suffering from drug or substance abuse. The line is accessible at 1-888-5HUNTER (1-888-548-6837) and provides resources to those in need along with their families, loved ones and the general public who want access to the information.
The line will be available for 24 hours a day and is staffed by trained Certified Recovery Coaches that can refer callers to facilities that can assist in their treatment.
“We must all come together to respond to this crisis of addiction and substance abuse. Everyone is at risk from the inner cities to more affluent communities. My family and I are very proud to partner with T.R.U.S.T. to get people the help that they so desperately need, especially if they or their families have given up hope. There is hope,” says Wendy Williams Hunter, co-Founder of The Hunter Foundation.
“We are pleased to partner with The Hunter Foundation to help spread the message that there is hope and recovery can work! With over 70,000 overdose deaths in the past year, we can make an impact together to combat this crisis through awareness and treatment. We are grateful to the Hunter family for undertaking this initiative and for asking T.R.U.S.T. to facilitate this life-saving effort,” adds Ron Clinton, President of T.R.U.S.T.- Source