ORLANDO, Fla. (AP) — Buzz Aldrin is suing two of his children and a former business manager, according to a lawsuit filed earlier this month.

The lawsuit accuses them of misusing his credit cards, transferring money from an account and slandering him by saying he has dementia.

Aldrin’s son, Andrew, had been a trustee of his father’s trust. The lawsuit asked a judge to remove Andrew Aldrin, from control of his financial affairs, social media accounts and several nonprofit and business enterprises.

In the lawsuit Aldrin also accused his daughter, Janice, of not acting in his financial interests and conspiracy, and he accused his former manager, Christina Korp, of fraud, exploitation of the elderly and unjust enrichment. Also named in the lawsuit are several businesses and foundations run by the family.

Aldrin’s oldest son, James, isn’t involved in the legal fight.

In a statement, Andrew and Janice Aldrin said they’re saddened by the “unjustifiable” lawsuit.

“If nothing else, our family is resilient and our ability to work together to solve problems and accomplish great things is strong,” the Aldrin children said. “We love and respect our father very much and remain hopeful that we can rise above this situation and recover the strong relationship that built this foundation in the first place.”

They said they would have no further comment.

Aldrin was a member of the Apollo 11 crew which landed the first two humans on the moon. Aldrin joined Neil Armstrong on the lunar surface in July 1969. Earlier this month, Aldrin was at the White House for President Donald Trump’s announcement directing the Pentagon to create the “Space Force” as a new military branch.

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