Stan Lee Accused Of More Sexual Harassment Claims
Three days ago saw it reported that Marvel Comics creator Stan Lee has been accused of sex abuse and sexual harassment.
Now further accusations are made against the the 95-year-old creator of the Avengers and Spider-Man.
The Daily Mail now reports a Chicago hotel masseuse claims Stan Lee demanded sex and masturbated in front of her.
Stan Lee's lawyers are again claiming it's another shake-down, and that the claim is a demand for money, and that they will defend Stan Lee's "stellar good character," and that Stan Lee will "not be extorted or blackmailed."
According to the accusation, Stan Lee was attending the Chicago Comic-Con C2E2 last April when the incident happened, which involved Stan Lee allegedly carrying out the sexual assault after booking massage therapy in his hotel suite.
It's said the masseuse has made a legal complaint against Stan Lee, and lawyers representing Marvel and Stan Lee's company POW! Entertainment have held meetings about the incident and are in contact with the alleged victim.
Stan Lee's lawyer has told the Daily Mail that Stan Lee "categorically denies" the allegations made by the masseuse, and the lawyer insists they are part of "another" shake down for money.
Tuesday saw it claimed by nurses that Stan Lee had groped them and demanded oral sex in the shower at his home in Los Angeles.
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."
The incidents follow the news that someone stole and forged a check from Stan Lee in the amount of $300,000. It's presently unclear if the alleged forgery is associated with the incidents.