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Stan Lee Losing His Mind And Money

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elliot-wolf - March 1, 2018

I’m just waiting for the man who fancies himself an Alfred Hitchcock with his cameo appearances to kick the bucket and finally be absent from a Marvel movie. I’m crossing my fingers for Gambit 2019 but with an ego most likely matching the massiveness of his age obligatory enlarged prostate, he’ll probably CGI himself in long after he’s dead. It makes me sad to see the man responsible for so many superheroes slowly start his descent into dementia and he can’t even save himself. It’s either his old age to blame or he’s being robbed by the same gang of MeToo home care nurses who happen to know where his stash is at. Even when you’re almost two centuries old it’s pretty hard to misplace $1.4 million so Stan Lee is approaching this situation like a theft.

The former Marvel Comics head has been the subject of another theft, this time having been robbed of $1.4 million, TMZ reported. Detectives that are part of a special team that investigates elder financial abuse arrived at 95-year-old Lee’s Los Angeles home Friday to look into the situation.

In December 2017, Lee filed a police report after he discovered $350,000 were missing from his account. In January, Lee claimed someone stole $850,000 from Lee’s account to purchase a condo. Just recently, Lee was admitted to the hospital for an irregular heartbeat.

It would have been better if Stan’s money was stolen around the same time they decided to fund the Antman and The Wasp movie. Antman is Marvel’s equivalent to DC’s Aquaman. Two super mistakes that should have never been made. Just like grabbing a handful of home care nurse ass and then proceeding to give her the numbers to your account to keep her quiet. If you’re going to be a naughty old man at least be smart about it.

Photo Credit: Brie Larson, star of upcoming Marvel Studios "Captain Marvel" from Instagram / Pacific Coast News

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