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Stan Lee’s company employees write letter expressing concern about him

Ever since Marvel Comics legend Stan Lee‘s wife of nearly 70 years, Joanie, passed away in 2017, both his personal and professional lives have been in upheaval.The stress and pressure are not good for a person in any circumstance, but Lee’s age — 95 years old — certainly adds to the problem.Story continues belowIt’s gotten to the point that employees of Lee’s company, Pow! Entertainment (which stands for Purveyors of Wonder), got together and wrote an open letter about his current state.READ MORE: Ontario teen Faith Dickinson receives invite to royal weddingThe letter from the company, which Lee co-founded in 2001, expresses concern about his well-being and conveys hope that he’ll be able to “spend his time going forward without impediment or stress.”It also follows claims that Lee was subject to emotional, physical and financial abuse at the hands of his daughter, J.C. Lee, and several men she recently began associating with regularly.

J.C. Lee (L) stands next to her father, Stan Lee, as they speak at Marvel Avengers S.T.A.T.I.O.N. at the Treasure Island Hotel & Casino on November 18, 2016.

J.C. Lee (L) stands next to her father, Stan Lee, as they speak at Marvel Avengers S.T.A.T.I.O.N. at the Treasure Island Hotel & Casino on November 18, 2016.Gabe Ginsberg/Getty ImagesIn a legal declaration signed Feb. 13 (which you can read below), Lee described three men as “bad actors,” and said they had ulterior intentions. Lee wrote that he believed the men are taking advantage of his daughter and are going after his money, assets and estate.The three men are identified in the declaration as Jerardo “Jerry” Olivarez, Keya Morgan and Kirk Schenck. They, along with J.C. Lee, deny those accusations and say they have Lee’s best interests at heart.~Source reference~