Fiduciary Elder Abuse Suspect Arrested NR19144ml

May 25, 2019

Los Angeles: This morning,
Scottsdale and Phoenix Police Department in collaboration with LAPD
Commercial Crimes Detectives arrested Keya Morgan on an outstanding
Arrest Warrant issued by the Los Angeles County District Attorney’s

Morgan will go before a judge and eventually extradited to Los
Angeles to face charges.

Mr. Stan Lee, the 95-year old Marvel Comic Book creator/icon who
passed away on November 12, 2018 from pre-existing medical
conditions, had been the victim in an elder abuse estate
investigation that began in March 2018.

Mr. Lee had a large estate worth over an estimated $50 million with
no clear protection from opportunists who could insert themselves
into his life and take control of it. Allegations of financial
elder abuse came to the forefront involving former
associate/business manager, Suspect-Keya Morgan, (a.k.a., Keyarash

Keya Morgan, (a.k.a., Keyarash

It had been revealed that no one had clear legal authority to act
on Mr. Lee’s behalf; yet, Morgan exerted his control and influence
over Lee.

During the course of this extensive financial investigation,
allegations of Grand Theft/Fiduciary Elder Abuse against Morgan had
been made with regard to monies collected from business
transactions (autograph signing sessions from May 10-12, 2018
totaling over $262,000) that Lee never received (from
The method of operation of financial-abuse opportunists is gaining
the trust of the elder in hopes for the what may be a big pay-off
in the long-run, or what is phrased as the “the long con.”

Also, allegations of false imprisonment came into play from June
8-11, 2018, when Morgan removed Lee from his Hollywood Hills
residence to a secured Beverly Hills condominium during the late
night hours of June 8, 2018.

Fortunately, Lee was removed from Morgan’s control on June 11, 2018
when Morgan was arrested by LAPD, Commercial Crimes Division
detectives for generating false 911 calls on May 30th and May 31st

In both instances, Morgan was using this tactic to further deceive
Lee into believing he was in danger and needed to be moved from his
home to a more secured condominium where Morgan had more control
over Lee.

The investigation was presented to the Los Angeles County District
Attorney’s Office. The District Attorney’s Office issued an arrest
warrant for Morgan for the below charges:

1.(1) count 368(F) PC- False Imprisonment-Elder Dependent Adult
2.(3) counts 368(D) Grand Theft from Elder or Dependent Adult
186.11(a)(3) Special Aggravated White Collar Crime loss over $100K
3.(1) count 368(C) PC- Elder or Dependent Abuse adult

Bail is set for $300,000.