Mariah Carey's former management is in the midst of filing a lawsuit against the singer.
Things aren't looking too good for Mariah Carey. Despite being one of the most revered singers on the planet, it looks like her former manager and friend is seeking for reparations after years of dealing with Mariah Carey. Earlier today, it was revealed that Stella Stopler was suing Mariah Carey for civil rights violations. However, it seems like there's more to the story than just that. Stopler's now alleging that the singer sexually harassed her during her time as Carey's manager.
According to TMZ, Stella Stopler is accusing Mariah Carey of sexual harassment. Stopler says that Mariah Carey would hardly be clothed around her and in addition, she's accusing the singer of doing "sexual things" in her presence. Stopler's also claiming that Mariah Carey also has issues with substances.
Last week, Mariah Carey revealed that she was diagnosed with bi-polar disorder in 2001. Stopler has also reportedly claimed that Mariah fails to take her medication for it. However, Stella claims that Mariah Carey's mental health issues are a small part of the issues that took place.
In addition to all of this, Stella's taking Mariah to court for being unjustly fired in the midst of her three year contract as Carey's manager and is still owed a whole lot of cash. However, she's reportedly giving Mariah the chance to work things out before filing the actual lawsuit.
Mariah has reportedly called the allegations "baseless." Her spokesperson said, "If this frivolous and baseless claim is filed, we will defend against it vigorously and successfully."
We'll keep you updated.