Kevin Hunter, the estranged husband of daytime talk show host Wendy Williams, is reportedly seeking $10 million following their split. It was announced on Thursday that Hunter, who served as Williams' business manager, was no longer an executive producer on the "The Wendy Williams Show."

"Kevin won’t go quietly. He’s seen Wendy at rock-bottom and knows all of her deepest, darkest, dirtiest secrets," a source told RadarOnline.

The sourced added that Hunter could "ruin" Williams if he doesn't receive a payout after not signing a non-disclosure agreement. 

Williams' representatives confirmed on April 11 that she had filed for divorce. Williams had announced in March that she had been living in a sober house due to cocaine and alcohol addiction and that Hunter and their son, Kevin Hunter Jr., knew about it. 

The couple had dealt with other public turmoil in March after news surfaced that his alleged mistress, 33-year-old masseuse Sharina Hudson, had given birth to a child. There have been reports that Hunter had been seeing Hudson for over 10 years.

Hunter, 46, and Williams, 54, had been married for nearly 22 years. They met in 1994 and married three years later. Kevin Hunter Jr. was born in 2000.

There has been speculation that Hunter purchased properties for Hudson to live in and helped her establish her career, and would even take her on trips with Williams. Photos obtained by DailyMailTV showed the Hunter and Hudson on vacation.

There have also been reports of Hunter playing an overly controlling role over Williams.

"He controls everything, he takes her phone, she has zero friends, she's not in regular contact with her family. He controls every aspect of her life because he's insecure," a source told the DailyMail said about Hunter's marriage to Williams.