Keya Morgan, a former CEO of the late Stan Lee, was arrested on Saturday morning in Arizona after she was indicted in Los Angeles County for abusing elders involving the Marvel icon.
Morgan [seen in the photo above with Lee] was arrested by detectives from the Los Angeles Police Department Commercial Crimes in collaboration with the police of Scottsdale and Phoenix, the LAPD said in a statement.
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Morgan took control of Lee's business affairs in February 2018 and reportedly isolated the Black Panther from his family and friends. Morgan has been alleged to have misappropriated or misappropriated $ 5 million of assets, according to the Los Angeles Supreme Court in 201
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"Mr. Lee had a fortune worth over $ 50 million, with no clear protection against opportunists who could fit in and take control of his life, "the LAPD said Saturday. "It was found that no one had a clear legal authority to act on behalf of Mr. Lee, yet Morgan exercised his control and influence over Lee."
The Marvel Comics legend died on November 12, 2018. The LAPD announced that it had opened an investigation into abuse of elderly people eight months prior to Lee's death at the age of 95.
Earlier this month, Morgan, also known as Keyarash Mazhari, was maltreated by the Los Angeles District Attorney's office, charging him with a felony because of false charges He is facing the arrest of an older adult, three crimes for serious thefts of an elderly or dependent adult and an initial number of violations of the elder.
The false detention charge is due to Morgan allegedly relocating Lee to detention A remote place away from his loved ones.
"Morgan relocated Lee from his Hollywood Hills residence to a secure condominium in Beverly Hills during the late hours of June 8, 2018," the LAPD statement said. "Morgan used this tactic to deceive Lee that he was in danger, and had to be relocated from his home to a more secure condominium where Morgan had more control over Lee."
Lee's 70-year-old wife Joan died in July 2017.
During a "comprehensive financial investigation," the police alleged that Morgan allegedly collected more than $ 262,000 from Lee's autograph sessions in May 2018, but the Marvel Legend never saw a penny of money.  Morgan will go before a judge and eventually be extradited to Los Angeles to bring charges. His bail was set at $ 300,000.