Stan Lee Gets 3-Year Restraining Order Against Ex-Adviser
The order makes permanent a previous temporary restraining order Lee's lawyers had received
Stan Lee's restraining order against a former business manager has been extended for three years.
A Los Angeles Superior Court judge approved the move Friday, ordering Keya Morgan to stay away from the Marvel Comics mogul and his family.
The order makes permanent a previous temporary restraining order Lee's lawyers had received.
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It's another step toward restoring stability for the 95-year-old Lee, who has been the subject of a power struggle involving his daughter, Morgan, and others who sought roles in his life and business after the death his Lee's wife last year.
Lee's lawyer Jonathan Freund says Lee's family is pleased he can moved forward without being bothered or harassed, and that his previously deteriorating health is improving.
Morgan's attorney did not immediately return an email seeking comment.