Wendy Williams reveals she was 'date raped' in the 80s by R&B singer Sherrick and also in college by a 'smoking buddy'

WENDY Williams has claimed to be a victim of date rape twice in her life, including one incident with late R&B musician Sherrick.

The talk show host is soon to release a biopic film about her life in the 1990s when she rose to fame in the radio industry.

The movie will be released on Lifetime, as Wendy, 56, produced the film alongside director Will Packer.

Entitled Just Wendy, the flick will give an inside look at the celebrity's life from age ten to 55, where she faced constant discrimination based on her looks.

Family and classmates alike bullied Wendy throughout her childhood, taking jabs at her taller-than-average height of 5'10 and for being overweight.

Just Wendy documents the media personality's entry into the radio disc jockey community in the 1990s, where she leaped onto the music and hip hop scene.


The Shock Jockette host drew attention from thousands when she was featured on New York's WBLS and Radio One.

Although the film will discuss the great heights of Wendy's career, it's also set to air the deep lows that she faced in her 20's.

Wendy developed and maintained a dangerous coke habit, that she continued to fight years later.

She has also claimed to experience two cases of never-before-shared date-rape, which the movie will finally shed light on.


The star has admitted that her first experience was in college when she visited a fellow student in an all-male dormitory.

Wendy reported "smoking bud" with her peer, leading to her date rape.

The movie will also detail a second sexual assault case, when Sherrick, an R&B singer from the ’80s was interviewed by the now television host.

After a Q&A session with the artist, Wendy reported feeling "mesmerized" by her guest, and later attended a record label party with him.


Before they reached the event, the Wendy Williams host was allegedly date raped by her companion.

Sherrick died at the age of 41 in Los Angeles in 1999 from unknown causes.

She has said that she "put [herself] in a bad circumstance on both occasions," in regards to her abusers.

The Lifetime movie will also speak volumes on Wendy's marriage and divorce from her husband of 22 years, Kevin Hunter.


The celebrity filed for divorce in April of 2019 after Kevin's mistress, Sharina Hudson, gave birth to a daughter with the adulterer.

Kevin was said to have spent 15 years of his marriage with Wendy dating Sharina on the side.

Wendy has also claimed that their split "was ten years in the making" as she stayed in the relationship for her "son."

Kevin was once a producer for the Wendy Williams Show, and the ex-couple shares one son, Kevin Hunter Jr., age 20.

The talk show host recently announced to her fans that she is back out on the market, after bragging about a "blind date" last month with a "very tall, very brown" man.

She also revealed that she has plans to join several dating apps in the new year and wouldn't mind seeing a younger man.

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