Wendy Williams’ husband, Kevin Hunter, just broke his silence amid the cheating scandal that he’s involved in. He also issued an apology to the “Wendy Williams Show” host.

In a statement to People, Williams’ manager and the father of her son, Kevin Hunter Jr., said that he’s not proud of his recent actions. He is also taking full accountability for everything that’s happened to their marriage.

“[I] apologize to my wife, my family, and her amazing fans,” he said. “I am going through a time of self-reflection and am trying to right some wrongs,” he added.

Hunter also briefly discussed Williams’ sobriety and said that he is also on a quest to being sober. Toward the end of his lengthy statement, the manager asked everyone to respect his and his wife’s privacy while they are still healing.

However, Hunter’s apology seems to have fallen on deaf ears. A source told People that Williams won’t take her husband back. The talk show host will also fire Hunter as her manager.

“She’s not taking him back,” the source said. “He’s being fired as her manager and she lawyered up big time,” the source added.

Hunter and Williams first met 28 years ago, and they have been working on the “Wendy Williams Show” together since it debuted in 2008. The pair also shares a production company called Wendy Williams Productions.

Last week, Williams filed for divorce from Hunter after she confronted him about his infidelity. The host found out that Hunter is also fathering the child of his mistress.

“It’s hard after being married for so long and having a family together, to be able to move forward,” the source said. “But she realized she had to open her eyes to a bad marriage. So many stick around when they should get out.”

On Wednesday, Williams returned to her talk show after a six-week absence. She briefly discussed her marital woes but focused more on her sobriety. The mom of one will also be seeking treatment for her alcoholism and addiction so that she could continue to support her son.

Wendy Williams Wendy Williams attends Annual Charity Day hosted by Cantor Fitzgerald, BGC and GFI at BGC Partners, INC, on September 11, 2018, in New York City. Getty Images/Robin Marchant for Cantor Fitzgerald