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Entertainment Stan Lee Files for Restraining Order Against Business Manager

23:05  13 june  2018
23:05  13 june  2018 Source:

Protective order obtained for Marvel magnate Stan Lee

  Protective order obtained for Marvel magnate Stan Lee A temporary restraining order was issued on Wednesday against Stan Lee's caregiver, who is accused in court documents of subjecting the 95-year-old Marvel Comics magnate to elder abuse since taking charge of his affairs earlier this year. The petition for the restraining order was filed on Lee's behalf by attorney Tom Lallas, who said he was ousted as Lee's lawyer in February when memorabilia collector Keya Morgan "inserted himself into Mr. Lee's life" after his wife died last year.

Stan Lee has reportedly asked a Los Angeles court for protection from his business manager , Keya Morgan, just one day after news broke that Morgan had been arrested. According to TMZ, Lee , 95, filed a restraining order in L.A. against Morgan

Stan Lee has gone to the court for protection against presumably soon to be ex- business partner and friend, Keya Morgan. Lee just filed for a restraining order in Los Angeles on the heels of Morgan's arrest on suspicion of filing a false police report.

Stan Lee on Wednesday filed for a restraining order against the man he said last week was the only person who was handling his affairs and business, Keya Morgan, a Los Angeles Superior Court media relations rep confirmed to The Hollywood Reporter.

The restraining order request was filed two days after Morgan was arrested on suspicion of filing a false report to police. Morgan was released from jail on $20,000.

Days before Morgan's arrest, a 45-second video was recorded of Lee and posted to Twitter in which Lee made it clear Morgan was the only person with whom he now worked and allowed to represent him. "My only partner and business manager is @KeyaMorgan, not all the other people making false claims," the post read, along with the video.

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Stan Lee has filed a billion-dollar lawsuit against Pow! Entertainment, alleging that unscrupulous business partners took advantage of his declining eyesight in order to swindle him. Lee founded Pow! in 2001, and sold it last year to Camsing International Holding, a Hong Kong company.

In the latest bit of drama involving Stan Lee , THR reports that the man of a thousand MCU cameos has just filed a massive billion lawsuit against POW! Lee claims that POW! executives and his former business manager teamed up to take advantage of his distraught state at the time - due to Joan

In April, THR exposed that 95-year-old Lee — who co-created such legendary comic characters as Spider-Man, Black Panther, Iron Man, X-Men and the Fantastic Four, among many others — was caught in the middle of a war of words among those closest to him, all of whom were vying for control over Lee's life, allegedly for their own financial gain. Stan Lee holding a sign posing for the camera© Provided by The Hollywood Reporter

Morgan, who has long been involved in the pop-culture memorabilia scene, was one of the subjects of the lengthy THR investigation. The other parties involved were Lee's 67-year-old daughter J.C., publicist-turned-caretaker Jerry Olivarez and Lee's former road manager Max Anderson. Lee's wife of 70 years, Joan, died last July.

A number of celebrities have publicly shared their concern over the creator’s well-being. Sources with knowledge of the situation have told THR that Lee's health has notably declined in recent months and his memory is in poor shape.

In February, Lee signed a declaration (THR obtained a copy) that claimed J.C. demanded money from him and insisted that men with “bad intentions” surrounded Lee and influenced the family to "gain control over my assets, property and money.” These individuals included Morgan.

However, a video of Lee shortly thereafter posted to his Twitter account called the declaration “misleading” and “insulting,” and the Marvel creator insisted “my relationship with my daughter has never been better.”

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