Stan Lee‘s daughter is suing one of her father’s former private assistants for slander after he went on a podcast and claimed she grabbed Stan by the neck and slammed his head right into a chair … this in accordance with a brand new $25 million lawsuit.
In the go well with, obtained by TMZ, Joan Celia Lee claims her father’s ex-assistant, Bradley Herman, appeared on a podcast printed a couple of days after Stan’s loss of life and stated, “JC Lee took her father by the neck and grabbed his neck and slammed his head back into the wood portion of the chair.”
According to the docs … JC claims Herman’s assertion was completely false — she says she by no means struck her father and by no means tried to choke him. Stan’s daughter says she believes Herman, who she claims was fired in early 2018, made the false assertion as a result of he was looking for revenge towards her.
In the go well with, JC claims Herman stole from Stan earlier than being fired, and he or she claims Herman frequently solid Stan’s signature on loans.
Also within the docs, JC claims her father denied she ever hit, struck or strangled him in a number of interviews with the media. She claims Herman knew the narrative was false when he relayed it on the podcast.