His attorney, Tom Lallas, has blasted the story, telling told BuzzFeed News in a statement that the "false and defamatory" allegations had been made to extort his client. "Mr".
A source with knowledge of the situation said that Lee "finds it funny" to sexually harass the nurses, who are typically much younger than him.
The 95-year-old was also accused in the first Daily Mail report of groping nurses and walking around naked in their presence.
Lee attended The Chicago Comic & Entertainment Expo (C2E2) on April 21-23 which is when the alleged attack is believed to have happened.
Lee is the former president and chairman of Marvel and co-created Spider-Man, the Fantastic Four, Iron Man, the X-Men, The Incredible Hulk among many other beloved comic book heroes.
According to the source, Lee got "very handsy and groped some of the women", as they performed their duties like taking his blood pressure and ensuring he took his medication.
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"He doesn't seem to care what people think of him, he's lost his filter", a source told the tabloid.
Lee is now developing movie and TV projects with his company POW!
The statement continued, "Instead, Mr Lee has received demands to pay money and threats that if he does not do so, the accuser will go to the media". The company handling the nurses are already in a legal dispute with Lee, the report added.
Daily Mail has revealed that Lee, 95, had groped, demanded sex and then masturbated in front of a masseuse at a Chicago hotel in April past year.
Meanwhile, BleedingCool noted that another set of sexual allegations was hurled against Lee, this time coming from a female massage therapist.
Stan Lee's lawyers are again claiming it's another shake-down, and that the claim is a demand for money, and that they will defend Stan Lee's "stellar good character", and that Stan Lee will "not be extorted or blackmailed".