Brian Wilson: Beach Boys star's family wants conservatorship due to health concerns 

Brian Wilson's family has petitioned a Los Angeles court to place the Beach Boys musician under guardianship. 

Court documents obtained by numerous US media sources stated that the 81-year-old singer suffered from a "neurocognitive disorder" related to dementia.

Wilson's relocation comes following the death of his wife of 28 years, Melinda, in January. 

The family stated that their choice was made after "careful consideration and consultation" with Wilson, his doctors, seven children, and his maid. 

According to a doctor referenced in the records, Wilson was "easily distracted, often even when aware of surroundings" and "often makes spontaneous 

According to the lawsuit, the musician is also "unable to properly provide for his own personal needs for physical health, food, clothing, or shelter".

At the time of writing, the BBC was unable to independently authenticate the court filings, which were first reported by the US  

The Blast and later confirmed by People Magazine and The Wrap, among others. 

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