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Entertainment Stan Lee Files For Restraining Order Against Business Manager

23:07  13 june  2018
23:07  13 june  2018 Source:   etcanada.com

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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 wearing a suit and tie smiling at the camera: Stan Lee with Keya Morgan © Getty Stan Lee with Keya Morgan

Stan Lee's business manager, Keya Morgan, was allegedly arrested this week on suspicion of filing a false police report and now Lee has filed a restraining order against him.

According to The Hollywood Reporter, Morgan, 36, was arrested around 1 p.m. on Monday and taken into custody by the Los Angeles Police Department's Hollywood Division.

The publication added that his bail had been set at $20,000. They also said that despite the LAPD releasing few details about the manager's arrest, it could have something to do with reports that Lee, 95, was recently confronted by two gunmen at his home.

Stan Lee's Business Manager Arrested on Suspicion of Filing False Police Report

  Stan Lee's Business Manager Arrested on Suspicion of Filing False Police Report Keya Morgan, who’s long been involved in the pop-culture memorabilia scene, was one the subjects of a lengthy Hollywood Reporter investigation into claims of elder abuse against the Marvel creator.The man Stan Lee recently said is the only person who represents him in any of his affairs was arrested Monday on suspicion of filing a false police report, the Los Angeles police department confirmed to The Hollywood Reporter.

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

On Wednesday, TMZ reported Lee had filed for a restraining order against Morgan in Los Angeles. The case was filed under "Elder/Dependent Adult Abuse Prevention."

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Days before Morgan's alleged arrest, Lee posted a video on Twitter to say that Morgan was the only one acting as his representative and that the duo were "conquering the world."

The latest claims come after Peoplereported in April that the superhero creator was suing his ex-manager, Jerardo Olivarez, after he allegedly cheated the star out of millions.

According to court documents, after Lee’s wife of 70 years, Joan, passed away in late 2017, he “became the target of various unscrupulous businessmen, sycophants and opportunists who saw a chance to take advantage of [his] despondent state of mind.”

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