Mariah Carey's ex-assistant sues alleging abuse

Cristina Cross
January 19, 2019

Mariah Carey's former assistant is responding to the pop diva's recent lawsuit with a lawsuit of her own.

Mariah claims the blackmail began back in November 2017, after she fired her from her role and says Lianna won't return the video.

Mariah Carey is hitting a former personal assistant with a huge lawsuit alleging she tried to blackmail her for $8 million. Mariah's lawsuit against Lianne also claims that the former assistant made regular purchases for her personal benefits with credit cards provided by Mariah.

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The accusations don't end there.

Stella had previously said she was suing for breach of contract, violation of the U.S. Civil Rights Act, and a violation of the Fair Employment and Housing Act as she believed she was owed commissions on Mariah's earnings, with sources claiming the figure was more than $100 million in three years. She's said to have used the "With You" singer's name to nab steep discounts by claiming the items she bought were for the famed vocalist.

The latest news comes days after Mariah and her ex-manager Stella Bulochnikov settled their legal dispute.

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'After working together for nearly three years, Mariah Carey and Stella Bulochnikov have determined that it is in their mutual best interest to part ways on day-to-day management, ' the statement maintained. Because her threats and bad acts are too great to be ignored, Mariah has been compelled to file a lawsuit. The documents states, "Azarian, without Mariah's knowledge or permission, secretly filmed Mariah engaged in personal activities which, if revealed, Azarian knew would be personally embarrassing and professionally damaging to Mariah". Given that the evidence against this former assistant is vast and deplorable, we anticipate a victorious resolution. Quigley would later publish a statement affirming his client's "absolute" innocence, on all claims.

"These baseless allegations are an attempt to attack my client's character and deflect attention away from a workplace harassment and wrongful termination lawsuit she filed today against her former employer, Mariah Carey".

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