The children of Casey Kasem are urging Los Angeles police to make progress in an elder abuse investigation focusing on the radio legend’s widow.
Casey Kasem has been buried in Norway months after his death, according to multiple published reports.
Haney & Young LLP filed a breach-of-contract suit against Jean Kasem Tuesday in Los Angeles Superior Court, claiming she owes $50,500 in legal bills.
Kasem, the radio host of “American Top 40″ and voice of animated television characters like Scooby-Doo’s sidekick Shaggy, died June 15 at a hospital in Gig Harbor
A private memorial service will be held Saturday for radio legend Casey Kasem in the LA area.
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Celebrities are paying tribute to Casey Kasem, an internationally famous radio broadcaster with a cheerful manner and gentle voice. He died Sunday at 82 years old.
Legendary radio personality Casey Kasem has died following months of declining health and a bitter family battle over his care and treatment, according to a family spokesperson. He was 82.
“It’s just flat out wrong,” said Steve Haney, an attorney for Kasem’s wife Jean.
A judge ruled Monday that Casey Kasem should be fed, hydrated and medicated while a court-appointed attorney evaluates the health of the ailing radio personality after his daughter moved to implement end of life measures.
Casey Kasem, now 82, has been in failing health for some time.
Radio legend Casey Kasem is in critical condition at a Washington hospital, according to doctors.
A spokesman for Casey Kasem’s daughter says the ailing radio personality has been taken by ambulance to a hospital or medical facility in Washington state.
The Kasem children are estranged from Kasem’s wife Jean and both sides have been involved in a bitter legal battle.
A judge is expanding the powers of Casey Kasem’s daughter to determine whether her father is receiving adequate medical care and says he still has concerns about the ailing radio personality’s health and welfare.