Tim Conway's wife is now claiming his daughter violated his medical privacy and relied on a fabricated medical report in her effort to assume control over his medical treatment, according to The Blast.
As Radar previously reported, The Carol Burnett Show star Conway's daughter Kelly is trying to gain conservatorship over him in a battle with his current wife, noted.
Conway, 84, is reportedly suffering from dementia and is confined to a wheelchair. Tragically, an attorney has said the comic TV genius also recently lost the ability to speak.
Kelly is asking the court to control of his medical care because she alleges his current wife, Charlene Fusco Conway, is trying to move him out the facility he is in.
Now, court documents obtained by the website show that Charlene has fought back.
She alleges that it is "deeply concerning" that Kelly was able to bypass HIPAA laws and supposedly breached Conway's medical privacy in certain reports Kelly filed in order to gain conservatorship over her father.
Charlene claims there is no record that the doctor Conway's daughter Kelly contends examined him at the medical facility where the comic legend stays ever signed in!
Conway's wife alleges that the doctor "surreptitiously" entered the facility and "intentionally did not sign in or announce the reason for his visit."
Charlene also claims Kelly purposely picked a day for the examination when she knew Charlene would not be there.
According to Charlene from the legal docs, the doctor's report "was, for the most part, based entirely on conjecture and fabricated 'facts' provided by Kelly."
Charlene was apparently outraged that the doctor didn't interview HER about Conway's care.
She says the doctor's report contains "highly confidential" medical information that the doctor could not have had access to without Charlene's consent.
Charlene claims that she has "no intention of moving her husband from his current care provider" despite Kelly's allegations.
Conway's wife of 34 years wants Kelly's attempt at conservatorship and her request for a temporary restraining order to be denied in court.
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