As Wendy Williams prepares for her movie and documentary to hit television on January 30th, the radio and television personality reveals who raped her early on in her radio career.
Williams, who was interviewed by The Daily News on Wednesday (January 13th) revealed the R&B singer, Sherrick, was the one who raped her in 1988.
Sherrick, who was known for his one-hit wonder, “Just Call” asked Williams to come back to his hotel room before they stepped out to his album release party in New York.
Sherrick provided Wendy with cocaine, which she had already been introduced to, before taking advantage of her. “I left after that and went home and scrubbed my skin off, cried and that was that,” said Williams. “I never told anybody. I just handled it and that’s it.”
Sherrick died in 1999 of unknown causes prior to Wendy naming him as her rapist.
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