What a mess this is turning out to be!
Iconic American Top 40 radio host Casey Kasem, who passed away in June, is still not buried over two months after his death.
And while his children say his wish was to be buried at Forest Lawn in Glendale, California, his wife Jean Kasem is planning to fly his body to Oslo, Norway to be buried there!
But while Jean claims that she's doing this because she has Norwegian blood in here, her nephew claims that is NOT the case at all!
Here's what the nephew Tommy Thompson said
We recently learned that Robin Williams was battling Parkinson’s disease, but that apparently isn’t the main thing that drove him to his tragic suicide.
According to a new report, it was the cancellation of his TV show The Crazy Ones. It lasted only one season before getting the axe and the actor saw it as a “personal failure.”
Williams reportedly told one person before the show started
Just when he was getting back on-track too…
Jay Adams, of the legendary Z-Boys skateboarders, passed away on Friday of what is a suspected heart attack.
Adams was one of the skaters portrayed in the film Lords of Dogtown, which was about skateboarding in Venice, California.
The 53-year-old had gone through two stints in prison, and come out on the other side a changed man who was getting his life together, according to his friend Allen Sarlo.
Sarlo was on the Puerto Escondido, Mexico with Adams, and Adams' wife Tracy.
There has been an outpour of touching tributes to Robin Williams after his shocking death, but this particular video perfectly captures his spirit.
While it's only one minute long, the words and images illustrate that warm spirit that entertained us all through cries and giggles.
He will be deeply missed and he will continue to be celebrated for the joy he brought us.
Ch-ch-check it out..AFTER THE JUMP!
While we might have thought we had an answer about why Robin Williams ended his life with suicide, it looks like we will continue to not know.
There were recent rumors that Robin was struggling financially after two pricey divorces and his own comments about having to take certain roles just for the paycheck.
But now his publicist is setting the record straight about it all.
Mara Buxbaum has commented on the rumors and revealed that money certainly wasn't a reason for his suicide:
The more that surfaces about Robin Williams' struggles leading up to his untimely death, the more heartbroken we get.
According to a statement made by Robin' wife, Susan Schneider, the late actor was in the early stages of Parkinson’s Disease prior to his death.
Here's her full statement: