The Hollywood Reporter has learned that Stan Lee was granted a temporary restraining order on Wednesday against his former business manager Keya Morgan. The request was made two days after Morgan was arrested by the LAPD’s Hollywood Division on suspicion of filing a false police report. He was released after posting his $20,000 bond.

Over the last few months, Lee has been embroiled in a battle over control of his finances, which have involved Morgan, his 67-year-old daughter J.C., Jerry Olivarez, a publicist who became Lee's caretaker, and his former road manager Max Anderson. The day before Morgan’s arrest, Lee posted a video on Twitter where he declared that Morgan was the only one handling his business affairs.

Morgan responded to the tweet with an out of left field Michael Jackson quote.  

Soon after Lee’s restraining order against Morgan was granted, reports that the LAPD has been conducting an elder abuse investigation since February surfaced. Lee’s former attorney Tom Lallas is now acting as guardian ad litem, or the person appointed by the court to assist Lee with any legal matters.

A court date to decide on the request for a permanent restraining order against Morgan has been set for July 6.