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Dancing With The Stars: Wendy Williams Being Sued For Being Ungrateful

March 25, 2011 12:00 PM by Allyson Wells

Dancing with the Stars Season 12 cast member Wendy Williams has more to worry about than just her low scores, following a low-energy performance on the season premiere with partner Tony Dovolani.  TMZ has revealed that she is being sued for being ungrateful.  Read on for all the details!

TMZ is reporting that according to a recent filed lawsuit, Wendy Williams was supposed to make a 2-hour appearance at The Pool at Harrah’s Resort in Atlantic City.  However, the suit alleges that Williams barely minged with any guests and left after only one hour.  She also complained that she and her husband wanted to leave.  She did not take the mic, as she was supposed to, and instead hid out in a cabana. 

While lounging in the cabana, Williams supposedly demanded 4 bottles of Ace of Spades champagne and 2 bottles of white wine.  The lawsuit maintains that she disappointed fans who came out expecting her to host the party.  The promoter claims she was paid $25,000 to appear, but she instead acted ungrateful and stayed in the cabana where she and her husband said they wanted to be left alone while they drank.

TMZ contacted Williams’ representative for a statement, but they have not received a comment yet.  In addition to appearing on Dancing with the Stars, Williams also hosts her own show.  It will be interesting to see if she makes any comments about the suit on her show or the next episode of Dancing with the Stars.

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