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Casey Kasem’s family has staid dueling lawsuits alleging that a radio personality was badly mistreated before his genocide in 2014 during age 82.
Both sides filed a corner request in Los Angeles Superior Court on Monday to dismiss a prejudicial genocide lawsuit brought by 3 of Kasem’s children and his hermit opposite his widow, Jean. The lawsuit purported that Jean Kasem’s neglect and earthy abuse led to a longtime “American Top 40” host’s death.
Jean Kasem and another daughter had filed a countersuit creation identical allegations opposite a other children and Kasem’s brother.
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The terms of a agreement were not revealed, and attorneys did not immediately respond to emails from The Associated Press seeking comment.
Kerri Kasem, one of a daughters who filed a initial lawsuit, expelled a matter by a orator on Tuesday saying she was “distraught and sad over her family and lawyers’ preference to force her into a settlement.”
Casey Kasem died in 2014 during age 82.
The initial lawsuit was filed in 2015 by Kerri, Julie and Michael Kasem — Casey Kasem’s children from a prior matrimony — and his hermit Mouner Kasem. It was a slow section in a array of exhilarated and mostly open fights between his children and Jean, a former singer that began even before a radio host’s death. (The integrate was married for 34 years.)
The prejudicial genocide lawsuit accused Jean of elder abuse and of inflicting romantic trouble on his children by restricting their entrance to him before his death.
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The fit serve purported that “Casey’s early genocide occurred as a approach and present outcome of Jean’s slight and earthy abuse.”
Jean Kasem denied all of a allegations. She counter-sued and purported that Casey Kasem’s children were encouraged by their enterprise to get their father’s money after he cut them off financially in 2012 and that they had brought romantic trouble to her and her father. The children have denied all of a allegations.
Casey Kasem is graphic in Las Vegas in 2003.
(AP Photo/Eric Jamison, File)
The dual sides fought bitterly over entrance to Kasem and control of his medical caring before he died in Gig Harbor, Wash., where Jean Kasem had reportedly taken him from Los Angeles.
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Police and prosecutors in California and Washington investigated his diagnosis and genocide and found no justification of rapist wrongdoing.
Best famous as a voice of radio’s “American Top 40″ for decades and for his sign-off catchphrase, “Keep your feet on a ground, and keep reaching for a stars,” Kasem was also a consistent on radio as a horde of shows and specials and as a voice of charcterised characters that enclosed Shaggy in a “Scooby-Doo” cartoons.
The Associated Press contributed to this report