William Shatner’s deceased wife’s family speaks out about book

William Shatner’s deceased third wife’s family is going on record to ask tough questions about the Star Trek actor’s alleged negligence that may have led to Nerine Shatner’s death.

William Kidd, Nerine’s brother, tells the National Enquirer that his family had remained quiet, but now wish to “speak out” because “they’re fed up that Shatner’s exploiting her death to sell his recently released memoirs.”

“Up Till Now” by William Shatner allegedly “is riddled with discrepancies about the fateful night of August 9, 1999″  when Shatner found Nerine in their pool at their Studio City home.

“We’ll probably never know the truth,” Kidd revealed to the Enquirer.

Allegedly Shatner dialed 911 before diving in to get her.

“The natural reaction of a loving husband would be to start CPR,” Kidd said to the Enquirer.

“But Shatner didn’t do that  – – and he hosted Rescue 911 for years!”


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