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Longest Running Wendy Williams Fan Account Goes On Hiatus After She Joked About Amie Harwick's Murder

Wendy William's longest running fan account has announced they're taking a break following the talk show host's slew of controversies.

TW: this article contains depictions or discussions of domestic violence and may be triggering to some readers.

Wendy Williams has had a rough start to 2020, to say the least.

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In less than three months, the 55-year-old has found herself in hot water on multiple occasions.

It began in January after Wendy called out Nicole Kidman and Keith Urban's Australia wildfire relief efforts.

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"There's a Keith. And there's a Nicole. And they're both Australian. And I found myself judging the amount of money they donated," she admitted to her audience.

She went on to question their $500,000 donation.

"That would be $250,000 a piece... That's it?! That's it?!" she continued.

"Where do the Urbans get off with $500,000 simple dollars? I don't mean to judge," she concluded.

A few days later, Wendy went viral for now infamously mocking Joaquin Pheonix' cleft lip.

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While discussing Joaquin Phoneix, Wendy admited she finds him "oddly attractive."

She then went on to talk about his cleft lip: "And when he shaves off his moustache he’s got a hairline fracture. He’s got one of those... what do you call it? Cleft lip palette."

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She proceeded to lift up the corner of her mouth with her finger to mimic a cleft lip for several seconds while the audience laughs.

Wendy received a huge amount of backlash for this on social media.

Now, moving into February, Wendy proclaimed last week that gay men "offend her" when they wear heels and skirts.

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Wendy began her show by going on an ANTI-GALENTINES DAY rant during her "Hot Topics" segment of her show last Thursday.

If that wasn't weird enough, she then asked her audience to clap if they're celebrating Galentines Day.

When a fair amount of people replied, Wendy told the gay men in the audience that they don't count, "Well, first of all, if you're a man and you're clapping, you're not even a part of this," Wendy said.

"You don't even understand the rules of the day. It's women going out and getting saucy and then going back home. You're not a part."

"I don't care if you're gay," she continued, "You don't get a menses every 28-days. You can do a lot that we do, but I get offended by the idea that we go through something you will never go through."

"And stop wearing our skirts and our heels," she continued.

"Just sayin' girls, what do we have for ourselves?"

This lead to Wendy making an apology video on her Instagram.

However, what seemingly took the fan page over the edge were the comments Wendy made about the murder of Amie Harwick on her show this past Monday.

Renowned Hollywood sex therapist Dr. Amie Harwick was murdered by her ex-boyfriend on Saturday.

Amie was engaged to The Price Is Right host Drew Carey before calling it off in 2018.

During Wendy's "Hot Topics" segment, she made a "joke" in reference to the popular "The Price Is Right" catchphrase "come on down."

Amie died after being pushed off her balcony.

Understandably, Wendy's comment caused huge backlash online.

Now, it seems Wendy's oldest fan account will be taking a break.

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"We love you Wendy, but we will be taking a break from this page," the account wrote to their 30,000 followers.