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Mariah Carey Sued By Ex Manager

Mariah Carey is being sued by her former manager for a couple reasons. One of which is that Mariah Carey owes her (the manager) a bunch of money. Another reason is sexual harassment. Apparently Mariah likes to walk around naked.

Stella Stolper is Mariah Carey’s former manager. Mariah apparently fired Stella about a year ago when she (Mariah) was going through her staff and “cleaning house.” This has resulted in a potential lawsuit. Stella has filled out some legal things that basically say she’s about to sue the singer for a few things, including “violation of the U.S. Civil Rights Act, a Violation of the Fair Employment and Housing Act as well as breach of contract.” See some more info on that here. That breach of contract thing can be a big deal. If Mariah fired Stella when there was still time left on that contract, Mariah might owe some big money to Stella. Stella does say that she was let go “in the middle of” the contract, so it might be bad news.

We also just learned that Stella is going after Mairah for sexual harassment as well. She’s not saying that Mariah did anything specific to her, but that Mariah did things to herself in front of Stella. Stella says that Mariah was “constantly naked” around her, and that Mariah “did sexual things in Stella’s presence.” Mariah Carey’s camp says those allegations are “baseless,” so we’ll see what develops from here. The paperwork that was filed is only an “intent to sue,” not the actual lawsuit. This gives Mariah time to look everything over and talk to lawyers, and decide if she wants to make things right, or let court handle everything. Hopefully it’s a quick process, for both parties involved. See some more on the sexual harassment allegations here.

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