Gossip queen Williams faces more accusation claims A producer who filed a lawsuit against the “Wendy Williams Experience” host Wendy Williams and her husband isn’t alone. On-air talent producer Nicole Spence says Williams’ husband sexually harassed Spence repeatedly. Williams denies the allegations, plus Spence’s claim that Williams’ husband beat Williams at the radio station. Now additional WBLS radio staffers have joined Spence, a lawyer says. “Others have come forward since we filed the complaint, to support Nicole’s claims,” says Karen Webber, attorney in a federal lawsuit on Spence’s behalf. “They say (Williams’ husband) often called women bi**hes and used alcohol, and they describe his violent outbursts with Williams.” Spence remains an employee of the show but has been moved to a different capacity. T.I. loses his endorsement, says he’s out millions Add the Chevy Impala to product endorsements and earning resources taken away from rapper T.I. In the wake of the “King of the South’s” recent plea deal on charges that he tried to buy illegal firearms last fall, Chevy has dropped him as a spokesman. T.I. will serve prison time on the felony gun charges. He says he’s lost something in the neighborhood of $12 million in potential cash and deals since his arrest, which left him restricted to his Georgia home. . Luther Campbell sued by mom of 20-year-old What’s going on with Black celebrities and child support charges lately? Raunchy rapper Luther “Luke” Campbell, of 2 Live Crew fame, is the latest to make news for allegedly failing to provide for his daughter. Now 20, Lutheria – yep, Lutheria – Campbell was denied $40,000 in child support, her mom claims. Davania Branch Burns, 41, states through her lawyer: “We want him to stand up and not be a deadbeat daddy. He needs to do the right thing. He needs to take care of his child. Why should he not pay? The ordinary working man has to pay.” Singer Sean Levert died just days into a recent jail sentence for non-payment of child support, and rapper MC Breed was sentenced in Michigan. Under Florida law, Campbell could lose his driving privileges for non-support, even though he’s no longer obligated to support Lutheria – yep, Lutheria.