Newly revealed real estate records indicate that Hunter has a pending sale for his 5-bedroom, 5-bathroom, 3,425 sq. ft. property in Parkland, FL. The home, which Hunter allegedly shared with Sharina Hudson, the woman he impregnated while still married to Williams, was purchased for $795,000 in 2020 after his divorce from Williams was finalized in January of that year. However, Hunter decided to put the house on the market for $1.3 million in April, only three years after acquiring it.
Hunter’s decision to sell the property follows a judge’s denial of his request for alimony payments, with the judge deeming it “not emergent” and dismissing the application without prejudice. This setback, coupled with reports of his split from Hudson due to financial troubles, has allegedly brought a smile to Williams’ face, according to sources.
Hunter’s alimony was terminated after Williams was placed under financial guardianship in May 2022. Wells Fargo claimed that Williams was an “incapacitated person” and a “victim of undue influence and financial exploitation,” leading to the financial guardianship arrangement, as noted by the Hollywood Reporter.
Williams’ sealed case is still undergoing litigation in New York while she undergoes rehab treatment. Meanwhile, both her ex-husband and her son, Kevin Hunter Jr., are facing their own financial challenges. Alongside Hunter having to sell his home, Williams’ son was evicted from his Miami apartment in December 2022 due to $70,000 in unpaid rent. Hunter Jr. has spoken out in interviews and recently defended the $100,000 charge he made on his mother’s American Express card, claiming it was used for her treatment.