PHOENIX (3TV/CBS 5)-- A former manager of the late Marvel legend Stan Lee was arrested Saturday in Arizona after he was charged with fiduciary elder abuse.
On May 10, Keya Morgan was charged in Los Angeles County with five counts of fiduciary elder abuse, including forgery, fraud and self-imprisonment.
According to court documents, the Los Angeles Police Department alerted the Scottsdale Police Department that Keya Morgan's cell phone was being used in Scottsdale.
He was found at a house with his mother and taken into custody by officers with the Phoenix and Scottsdale police departments.
LAPD said in a statement that Morgan will go before a judge and eventually be extradited to Los Angeles to face charges.
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The charges are concerning a last year incident when Lee was 95 years old. According to those court documents, Morgan mishandled more than $5 million and tried to isolate Lee from his family. Morgan reportedly had Lee moved into an unfamiliar condominium and hired security guards to keep his family away.
Lee died in November at the age of 95.