The late Casey Kasem's body is missing, more than a month after the radio icon's death, according to his daughter.
A spokesperson for Kerri Kasem confirmed to ABC News that the legend's adult children have yet to see his body. Kasem died on June 15 at 82 years old after suffering from a form of dementia. An autopsy has also not been performed yet, the family said.
Jean Kasem denied to ABC News that his body is missing.
Jean Kasem, the radio personality's second wife, had been embroiled in a conflict with his children from a previous marriage over her husband's medical care for months before he died. She collected the body within 72 hours of his death.
Kerri Kasem was informed Thursday that Kasem's body was no longer at the mortuary, where it remained for a month.
Gaffney Mortuary also confirms that Kasem is no longer in their care.
Early last month, a judge ruled that his care would be in the control of Kerri, not Jean. Shortly after, he was moved to hospice.
"This is the most difficult decision that a judge or an attorney can make. Mr. Kasem is dying and Mr. Kasem has expressed his desire to die peacefully and in comfort," Troy Martin, an attorney for Kerri Kasem told ABC News in June.
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