AceShowbiz - Marvel Comics mogul Stan Lee has been granted a three-year restraining order against his former business manager.
A judge from the Los Angeles Superior Court has ruled Keya Morgan must stay away from Stan and his family in an extension of a temporary protection order that was made permanent on Friday, August 17.
Morgan was arrested in June for reporting a false emergency, relating to an incident at the media magnate's California home in May, when he called police and alleged two gunmen were on the property.
Lee's ex adviser was also accused in court of mishandling over $5 million (£3.7 million) of the 95 year old's funds, and was claimed to have subjected the veteran star to severe physical and emotional injuries, in addition to trying to isolate him from his family.
Morgan has vehemently denied the allegations.
After the restraining order hearing, Lee's lawyer, Jonathan Freund, told USA Today his client's health is improving.
The comic book veteran battled pneumonia earlier this year and has suffered from stress throughout the summer, over his various personal problems and legal disputes, including a $1 billion lawsuit he launched against executives at his former company POW! Entertainment.
He accused POW! leaders of taking advantage of his weakening eyesight by tricking him into signing over the exclusive rights to use his name, but Lee dropped that case shortly after his Spider-Man co-creator and longtime friend Steve Ditko died, aged 90, last month, July 06.