Three days ago saw it reported that Marvel Comics creator Stan Lee has been accused of sex abuse and sexual harassment.
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.
It is alleged that the nonagenarian asked nurses for "oral sex" in the shower and to be "pleasured in the bedroom" according to a story published by the Daily Mail.
No legal suit or criminal action has been taken so far, but a representative for the company confirmed that the female owner had spoken to Lee about the complaints.
"Mr Lee categorically denies these allegations and he fully intends to fight to protect his stellar good name and impeccable character". Lee was the former president and chairman of Marvel where he co-created Spider Man, Iron Man, the X-Men, The Incredible Hulk and other popular comic book characters which have today helped Marvel earn $23 billion as the highest grossing movie franchises.
"He's also very handsy and has groped some of the women, it's unacceptable behavior, especially from an icon like Stan."He then started to masturbate while she was massaging him.
Lee's wife of 69 years passed away in 2017 at 93-years-old. His age is no excuse'.
Lee is now the chairman emeritus of Marvel, and deeply involved with the development of projects for his company POW! Lee, he added, had done "absolutely nothing wrong".
This news comes days after Lee was hit with multiple allegations of sexual misconduct and assault.
The nursing company which employs the women and caters for celebrities and high end clients is now in a legal dispute with Lee.
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!
The 95-year-old has been accused of groping and harassing his nurses. Entertainment it's our policy to not comment on personal issues relating to Stan Lee and his life'.