Wendy Williams Lifetime Documentary To Air Despite Guardian Lawsuit


Despite the legal efforts of a woman claiming to be Wendy Williams’ legal guardian, the Lifetime documentary “Where is Wendy Williams?” is set to air as planned this weekend. A representative for the TV network has confirmed that the documentary will proceed with its scheduled release on Saturday, indicating that it will not be halted by the recent legal actions.

Key Takeaway

Despite the legal challenges, the Lifetime documentary “Where is Wendy Williams?” is set to air as scheduled, following the denial of the request for injunctive relief. The legal battle surrounding the documentary’s release continues to unfold, with the involved parties awaiting further developments.

Legal Battle Unfolds

The legal battle surrounding the documentary has seen significant developments in the past 24 hours. The individual who filed the lawsuit, Sabrina Morrissey, has reportedly filed an appeal following her request for injunctive relief being denied. This suggests that a decision was made regarding her request, leading to her appeal and the case being under seal.

Guardian’s Lawsuit

Morrissey, who claims to be Wendy Williams’ temporary guardian, filed a lawsuit seeking a temporary restraining order (TRO) to prevent the release of the documentary. The urgency of the situation was emphasized, and the case was initially placed under seal as requested.

Upcoming Developments

It remains uncertain whether Morrissey’s appeal will be addressed before the scheduled release of the documentary. With no apparent new developments in the case, the documentary is moving forward as planned. Efforts to reach out to Morrissey for comments have been unsuccessful at this time.