Nurses Accuse Hollywood Icon Stan Lee Of Sexual Harassment

Lawrence Kim
January 13, 2018

Stan Lee, the former editor-in-chief of Marvel Comics who co-created iconic comic book characters like Spider-Man and Iron Man, is the latest high profile entertainment figure to be accused of sexual misconduct.

Daily Mail further reported that a rep for the nursing company confirmed that its owner has received several complaints from nurses about Lee's behaviour and that the company parted ways with the comics creator at the end of a year ago.

'He walks around naked and is vulgar towards the women, he asks them for oral sex in the shower and wants to be pleasured in his bedroom.

Marvel visionary Stan Lee's puck drop at an upcoming Arizona Coyotes pregame has been cancelled, AZCentral reports. The incident allegedly took place in his hotel room during the comic convention C2E2 in April of 2017 in Chicago.

According to the source, Lee got "very handsy and groped some of the women", as they performed their duties like taking his blood pressure and ensuring he took his medication. Lee categorically denies these false and despicable allegations ...

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.

With his new nurses: Stan Lee was photographed with an assistant and a medical worker leaving a clinic earlier this month in Beverly Hills. Entertainment. He is said to have a personal fortune of $50 million. During the massage, she stated that Lee groped her several times and wanted a happy ending. "She made a complaint to his people and apparently has demanded money, there's been a lot of meetings about it behind the scenes". "His age is no excuse".

The unnamed company, who employed the nurses, charged Lee $1000 per day to receive in-home nursing care at all hours. Mr Lee has not offered any money to settle this claim, and no negotiations have ever occurred regarding any payment to this accuser.

The statement continued, "Instead, Mr Lee has received demands to pay money and threats that if he does not do so, the accuser will go to the media".

Shane Duffy, CEO of Lee's company POW!

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