Stan Lee’s former manager is charged with elder abuse

Keya Morgan was charged Friday with numerous counts of elder abuse, collectively with alleged false imprisonment, a spokesperson for the Los Angeles Superior Court knowledgeable CNN. A $300,000 arrest warrant was issued for Morgan’s arrest, the spokesperson acknowledged.

CNN has reached out to Morgan for comment.

A memorabilia collector, Morgan reportedly grew to turn into close to Lee after the demise of his partner, Joan Lee, in 2017.

Before his demise, Stan Lee was granted a brief lived restraining order in the direction of Morgan that banned him from abusing, harassing or contacting Lee and required him to stay a minimum of 100 yards away from him.

“Petitioner, along with law enforcement and Adult Protective Services, believes that Mr. Morgan is unduly influencing Mr. Lee and isolating him,” a petition for the restraining order, filed remaining June by Lee’s former authorized skilled, Tom Lallas, acknowledged.

At the time, Morgan denied the allegations.
“I have taken great care of Stan Lee for the past many years, and have never had a problem directly with Stan. I have a fantastic relationship with him for the past many years as he has stated countless times on the record and I literally saved his life once,” Morgan knowledgeable TMZ. “I will 100% prove beyond a shadow of a doubt that the allegations against me are false.”
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Lee was the creator of dozens of iconic comic figures, collectively with Spider-Man, X-Men, Iron Man and Black Panther.

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