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August 21, 2014

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By Karu F. Daniels, BlackVoices.com

What in the Holy Halle Berry is going on with Wendy Williams?

The nationally-syndicated radio jock and best-selling author is in the midst of a scandalous sexual harassment case that is causing shock-waves throughout the media.

According to The New York Post, Wendy Williams talent booker/administrative assistant and part-time publicist, Nicole Spence, filed a complaint with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) on March 24 claiming that the top-rated WBLS-FM personality and her husband/manager, Kevin Hunter, tried to demand sex from her on repeated occasions.Spence, 27, alleges in the complaint that Hunter, 33, harassed her for sex more than a dozen times and created a hostile work environment by repeatedly abusing Williams, 43.

"Mr. Hunter repeatedly sexually propositioned me at work in the most crude and vulgar ways, telling me over and over that he wanted to 'f*ck' me," Spence charges.

The complaint has been filed against Williams as well as Inner City Broadcasting, the radio station owner, while Hunter, who works as his wife's manager, is named in the papers as an alleged perpetrator of the harassment.

The couple, who has a child together, both reportedly deny the claims.



Spence appeared on Essence magazine's groundbreaking digital dating series,'30 Dates in 30 Days,' where she went on a bunch of different dates with several bachelors.

"She's trying to find a man -- apparently just not one who is married to Wendy Williams," TMZ.com quipped.

The popular website obtained legal documents, where Spence noted that Williams did nothing to staunch the alleged abuse, and in fact "offered to take me shopping so I could dress 'like a sexy little bitch,' as Mr. Hunter demanded."

Wow wee.

"He told me that I was not cute but in fact was 'just Jamaican,'" Spence alleged in one of her 37 points made in the "charge of discrimination."

"It is clear that Ms. Williams, (the station's general manager) Mr. [Deon] Livingston, and others at WBLS are attempting to force me out of the Company in retaliation for my complaints," she added.

Williams, who has battled substance abuse and emotional abuse in the past and documented it all in her best-selling tomes 'Wendy Williams Got The Heat' and 'The Wendy Williams Experience,' is reportedly weathering this latest storm.

"Her allegations are totally false. This bitch is out of her mind," Williams said The New York Post.

Spence is still employed at WBLS-FM, the only black owned radio station in New York City.

A spokesperson for the station could not be reached by deadline.


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