Missing Person Report to Be Filed on Casey Kasem as One Theory Surfaces on His Whereabouts Variety
Casey Kasem’s daughter Kerri Kasem is expected to file a missing person report today, Wednesday, for her father, as she alleges that her stepmother, Jean Kasem, recently moved her ailing father to an undisclosed location, reports Variety.
A judge has already ordered an investigation into the whereabouts of the "American Top 40" host, as we reported earlier this week.
Kasem is suffering from Lewy Body disease, the story notes, although other reports have said that he suffers from Parkinson’s. Kerri Kasem, who was awarded conservatorship of her father by a judge on Monday, reportedly said she last saw him May 6.
"The 82-year-old can no longer speak and has been embroiled in a battle among his family members. His daughter believes that the ‘American Top 40’ co-creator has been taken to an Indian reservation in Washington state,” the story reports.
A publicist for the family said that the courts, his family and Adult Protective Services are currently looking for Casey Kasem.
“As soon as the paperwork for the conservatorship is done, Kerri Kasem will file a missing persons report, which should be done by tomorrow morning. Thereby allowing the FBI and local law enforcement to get involved. As soon as the family has any additional information, we will alert the media as soon as possible,” the publicist said.
Kasem, a popular DJ, also provided the voice for Shaggy on the TV cartoon “Scooby-Doo.”