Wendy Williams’ condition is worsening.

According to sources, Wendy Williams’ guardian has sold the Manhattan penthouse that was formerly regarded as her perfect dwelling. The transaction, which closed on May 10, occurred several years after Williams initially purchased the property. This is the most recent development in Williams’ ongoing legal and emotional problems since her diagnosed with frontotemporal dementia and primary progressive aphasia. According to reports, Williams was pronounced “incapable,” which required a guardian to be involved in decisions regarding the sale of her home.

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The penthouse, which has three bedrooms and three bathrooms, was sold for $3.75 million, which is $822,000 less than the price paid in July 2021. This financial setback follows a reported lien on the property for unpaid taxes earlier this year. The amount paid was $568,451.57 between 2019 and 2021. Williams’ financial guardian, Sabrina Morrissey, has been in control of her affairs for the past two years, during which time the outstanding tax bills were allegedly ignored.

Wendy Williams’ caregiver released a statement confirming her diagnosis. She adds that, while she maintains some independence and a sense of humor, she requires extra attention. Morrissey stated in a statement that “Wendy is still able to do many things for herself.” She writes, “Most importantly, she maintains her trademark sense of humor and is receiving the care she requires to ensure her safety and needs are met…”She appreciates the many warm thoughts and good wishes that have been sent her way.

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Williams sold all of her personal items that were stored on the property prior to the sale. Items sold included her well-known purple chair, which was a show fixture. She has also been dealing with legal issues involving her ex-husband and the alimony payments he receives. Wendy Williams’ condition is incredibly terrible. At the age of 59, dealing with dementia and mental health issues is distressing. Hopefully, she continues to receive good care, and her caregivers keep her best interests in mind.