How the feud between Halloween host Ryan Seacrest and family hallows hosts has gone from a heated argument to a heated feud
It’s a story about family, but the feud with host Ryan Shakes has been much more than just a family feud.
Shakes and his wife, Hally, have long been the subjects of family feuds.
They have two sons, Adam and Ryan, and they have three other children.
Shares their history and are a fierce critic of one another, but they’re also friends and family.
They were the first couple to get married in Hawaii, and have two children together.
In the fall of 2015, Shakes and Shakes’s son, Ryan, decided to attend the Hallows in Hallownest, Texas.
They took a bus from the Texas capitol to the convention center, and Ryan was the only one to be able to make it on the bus.
But he was not allowed to go.
“He was not invited,” Hally said.
“He was told to come in his room, and he was told, ‘You have to come out.’
So he came out.”
He was taken into the convention hall and put in a holding cell for three hours.
He was never allowed to leave.
Hally and Shakers were not allowed even to go to their daughter’s birthday party.
“We’re not allowed,” Hallowen host Ryan told a reporter in October of that year.
“We’re told that we have to wear masks.
We’re told not to talk to the press.
We have to have our phones and things like that.”
When Shakes went to visit his father in the hospital, he was asked to leave the hotel by an usher.
“I thought they were trying to keep him from getting a room, so I walked in there,” he said.
Shakes said that he and his family were told that he had to have a room and would not be allowed to see his father.
“I was like, ‘I don’t have to do this anymore,'” Shakes told the outlet.
“If they’re going to tell me I can’t go out with my family, why don’t they tell me, like, I can have a seat for the family?
If I was a child, I’d be like, this is ridiculous.”
After Shakes left, the family was left to deal with the fallout from the incident.
When the episode aired, Hallo and Shoots said that they received death threats.
Shakers was even sued for defamation.
Shays and his son were eventually allowed to stay in their hotel rooms.
Shays eventually decided to move to Las Vegas.
But Hallo is staying with her mother, and the family has not seen each other since.
Shoes’ lawyer said in a statement that Hallows has been in contact with the family and apologized for the incident.
“I can assure you that the family is fully committed to working with the media and the media has been working with them and has made their views known to Hallowens legal counsel,” lawyer Jeff Pimentel said.
“They have expressed regret, and we believe it was inappropriate for Hallows to have been the one to express those views,” he continued.
Shanes and his team have continued to defend their actions.
“This is not a family dispute,” Shakes’ lawyer, Mark Dreyer, said in an email to the outlet, referring to the family feud, and “we believe that it was appropriate for the Hallowes to take action against Ryan in the first place.”
Shakes told NBC News in November that the feud was “a family feud,” and that he has not talked to his son since.
“If you’re going out, don’t ask for help,” Shaks said.