Radio star's hubby accused of harassment

NEW YORK, March 25 (UPI) -- The talent booker for a New York-based syndicated radio show accused her boss's husband of relentlessly trying to have sex with her, the New York Post said.

The Post said Nicole Spence filed a complaint with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission Monday claiming Kevin Hunter -- the husband and manager of WBLS 107.5-FM radio star Wendy Williams -- not only harassed Spence, but also beat up Williams in and near her studio.


"Mr. Hunter repeatedly sexually propositioned me at work in the most crude and vulgar ways, telling me over and over that he wanted to 'f---' me," Spence said in the complaint.

She declined through her lawyer, Ken Thompson, to comment on the filing, the Post said.

Both Williams and Hunter have scoffed at Spence's claims.

"Her allegations are totally false. This bitch is out of her mind," Williams told the Post.

Hunter added that the complaint is "so far from the truth. It's insane."

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