Wendy Williams’ son Kevin Hunter assault case dismissed, Assault case dropped against Wendy Williams' son Kevin Hunter Jr. Wendy Williams' son, Kevin Hunter Jr., is officially off the hook in regards to the assault against his father the case has been dismissed.
After pleading not guilty to allegedly assaulting his dad, Kevin Jr.’s case has been dismissed, Page Six confirmed. Kevin Jr., 18, appeared in court on Tuesday following his initial June 25 appearance.
In May, Kevin Jr. got into an altercation with his father at a New Jersey grocery store parking lot, as the teen allegedly punched his dad in the face with a closed fist. Kevin Jr. was arrested afterward for assault and eventually pleaded not guilty.
Kevin Hunter Sr., dressed in a black t-shirt, walked into court with his son and told the judge he agreed with prosecutor's decision not to pursue charges. Jr.'s attorney, Raymond Hamlin, told us father and son are fine now ... "They are laughing, talking and reminiscing. Their relationship is solid." Jr. and Sr. also walked out of court together.
TMZ said father and son walked into court together.
The two were separated by a bystander, and Kevin Jr. proceeded to call his mother, who was not present. The family’s home is located in nearby Livingston, NJ, though Williams has moved to New York City since filing for divorce.