He's a radio icon and onetime voice of a beloved cartoon character. Now 82, Casey Kasem is suffering from Parkinson's disease. And a family battle has left his children and a judge worried about his safety, CNN reports.
Judge Daniel Murphy on Monday named Kasem's daughter Kerri the temporary conservator until a June 20 hearing. But she can't take on the responsibility without knowing where he is.
And Kerri Kasem says she believes her father's wife "fled the country (or possibly went to an Indian Reservation) with my Dad because she knew I would win in court today," she wrote on Facebook. The judge also ordered authorities to look for him. "Please pray that he is safe," Kerri Kasem said.
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