News

Casey Kasem’s wife allegedly prevents family from seeing him

Casey Kasem’s wife allegedly prevents family from seeing him

PROTEST: Friends and family of Casey Kasem at a protest involving Casey Kasem's children, brother and friends who want to see him but have been denied any contact, on Tuesday, Oct. 1, 2013 in Beverly Hills, Calif. Photo: Associated Press/Photo by Todd Williamson/Invision/AP

kasem
Casey Kasem poses for photographers after receiving the Radio Icon award during Casey Kasem receives the Radio Icon Award at the 2003 Radio Music Awards. AP Photo/Eric Jamison

Members of legendary radio personality Casey Kasem’s family are locked in a bitter feud with each other as the DJ battles Parkinson’s disease, according to a report.

Kasem’s wife Jean has reportedly blocking his three children from visiting their ailing father, according to TMZ.com, and Kerri, Julie and Mike Kasem have not been able to contact the “Scooby-Doo” star for three months.

On Tuesday Kasem’s three children, along with friends and co-workers, protested the alleged lock-out during a camp-out in front of his house.

Kasem’s brother has also joined the protest and tells TMZ.com that Jean has had a strained relationship with her stepkids for years – and that he hasn’t spoken to Jean since his brother married her three decades ago.

Recent Headlines

in Local

Financial Report Released

money pile

The South Dakota Bureau of Finance and Management has released the states comprehensive annual financial report for fiscal year 2014.

in Local

Wait On For Revenue Numbers

South Dakota Capitol

South Dakota lawmakers are back in Pierre today (Tuesday) to start the last nine days of the main run of the 2015 session.

in Local

Ag Land Use Study Killed

money farm

A bill that would have set up a committee to study the actual use of ag land in South Dakota was killed on the Senate floor.

in Local

Report: Government Programs Helping Poor

money one hundred dollar bill

A new report shows that government programs have been effective in helping families with children out of poverty.

in Local

Rustling Laws Considered

handcuffs

Getting caught stealing a horse was a serious crime in the old west.