LOS ANGELES, May 13 (Reuters) – The previous supervisor of Stan Lee has been accused of senior maltreatment against the late comic book legend, a Los Angeles court official said on Monday.
Keya Morgan was accused on Friday of five tallies of senior maltreatment, including false detainment, extortion and fabrication originating from an episode the previous summer when Lee was 95 years of age, a representative for the Los Angeles Prevalent Court open data office told Los Angeles City News Service.
The representative included that a warrant for Morgan’s capture had been issued.
Morgan, a New York-based memorabilia authority who ended up included with Lee in 2017, was presented with a controlling request a year ago after Lee’s family blamed him for senior abuse.
The Los Angeles Head prosecutor’s office on Monday said it was unfit to give any data. A lawyer for Morgan couldn’t be found however a year ago Morgan prevented charges from securing abuse.
Lee, the co-maker of “Creepy crawly Man,” “Iron Man,” “The Mass” and many other Wonder superheroes, kicked the bucket in November 2018 at the period of 95.
In court reports a year ago, Morgan was blamed for catching control of Lee’s Hollywood Slopes home and enlisting security protects with requests to fend off relatives and partners before moving the comic book maker to a new condominium.