Stan Lee: Marvel comic book legend accused of sexual harassment

Stan Lee: Marvel comic book legend accused of sexual harassment

The nursing company that employed the women, which the Daily Mail declined to name, confirmed that the female proprietor had received several complaints from nurses before parting ways with previous year. The incident allegedly took place in his hotel room during the comic convention C2E2 in April of 2017 in Chicago.

Lee's attorney, Tom Lallas, told BuzzFeed in a statement that the allegations were made by the nurses to try to blackmail Lee for money.

'Stan is an old man who has seemingly lost his way. However, a representative for the nursing company reportedly confirmed that the owner has "received several complaints" from nurses who'd worked at Lee's house, and Lee has since switched nursing companies.

With his new nurses: Stan Lee was photographed with an assistant and a medical worker leaving a clinic earlier this month in Beverly Hills.

According to a report in The Daily Mail, 95-year-old Lee is alleged to have "repeatedly groped and harassed a string of young female nurses employed to care for him". Entertainment. He is said to have a personal fortune of $50 million.

Lee is the co-creator of some of Marvel's most popular characters, including Thor, Spider-Man and the X-Men.

It's further claimed that Stan Lee's road manager, Max Anderson, who has a felony conviction, arranged the meeting for Stan Lee with the masseuse, and when she arrived, she found them both intoxicated, and that "Stan was out of control, he groped her and asked her for sex which the woman refused".

Lee's nurses claimed he requested oral sex in the shower and to be "pleasured" in his bedroom. He's very strong for his age and still has his wits about him, this kind of behavior has been going on for years and the incident with the masseuse was before his wife died.

Lee's lawyer also called the allegations "false and despicable", which could be part of a shakedown to tarnish his "stellar good name". Home care nurses are particularly vulnerable, since they work in a person's home, and they deserve to be heard just as much as wealthy actresses.

"I have no comment except that I have not asserted any legal claim against Mr".

Lallas added that instead, Lee is being "extorted" with demands for pay and is being threatened if he does not comply.