Wendy Williams slams Mary-Kate Olsen’s ex Olivier, 50, as ‘cruel’ and says star, 33, always looked like his ‘daughter’ – The Sun

WENDY Williams slammed Mary-Kate Olsen's ex Pierre Olivier Sarkozy, 50, as "cruel."

The daytime talk show host said the star, 33, always looked like the French banker's "daughter."

Wendy responded to Mary-Kate's allegations her estranged husband is trying to force her out of their home and that he terminated their lease without telling her.

Wendy said: "He's [Oliver] cruel though just letting the lease run out."

She went on: "I guess in effect Mark-Kate would be homeless…

According to TMZ the actor turned fashion designed said he ex gave her until May 18 to move her belongings out of their New York City apartment.

Documents obtained by the outlet add Mary-Kate can't meet the deadline "because of quarantine guidelines."

She asked for an extension until May 30 but said his lawyers won't respond.

In order to protect her property, Mary-Kate filled an emergency divorce petition earlier this week.

She said: “This application is an emergency because my husband expects me to move out of our home on Monday, May 18, 2020 in the middle of New York City being on pause due to COVID-19.”

“I am petrified that my husband is trying to deprive me of the home we have lived in and if he is successful, I will not only lose my home but I risk losing my personal property as well."

The New York courts have, however, denied the petition.

Still, Wendy said of the split: "Good news for Mary-Kate Olsen, she's getting a divorce."

"He always looked like he was dating his daughter."

"I wonder what went wrong with their relationship. I never heard about them fighting.

"I virtually forgot about them as a couple or [as] individuals."

Mary-Kate and Olivier began dating in 2012 and wed on November 27, 2015 in New York.

In the divorce filing Mary-Kate wants to hold onto three of their homes, including two in Manhattan and their Hamptons home.

She also wanted the judge to uphold the terms of their prenup and order the 50-year-old to keep paying for health and dental insurance.

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