For years Casey Kasem famously told listeners to keep their “feet on the ground, and keep reaching for the stars.” But concern arose Monday over where the radio personality’s own feet might be at present, after his wife’s lawyer told a court he has no clue as to the 82-year-old’s whereabouts.
Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Daniel S. Murphy on Monday ordered a doctor to look into the ailing Kasem’s health and named Kerri Kasem as her father’s temporary conservator, according to the Associated Press.
Brother Mouner Kasem and the three adult children from Casey Kasem’s first marriage had staged a demonstration outside the radio host’s Holmby Hills house last October, claiming that second wife Jean Kasem was preventing them from seeing Casey, who suffers from advanced Parkinson’s disease.
Kerri Kasem’s attorney, Troy Martin, told the court that his client believed her father had been taken to an Indian reservation in Washington state. But the attorney for the entertainer’s wife said Casey Kasem had been taken out of the country.
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