Mariah Ha­rass­ment claims

The diva is rocked as claims she sex­u­ally ha­rassed her for­mer body­guard are made pub­lic

Woman’s Day (Australia) - - Contents -

Mariah Carey is reel­ing as she joins a grow­ing list of Hol­ly­wood A-lis­ters cur­rently ac­cused of sex­ual ha­rass­ment.

Not only that, but the singer is re­port­edly brac­ing her­self for a po­ten­tial law­suit to de­fend a mul­ti­tude of claims, in­clud­ing that she propo­si­tioned for­mer se­cu­rity guard Michael Anello.

A draft of the law­suit ob­tained by celebrity news site TMZ claims Mariah, 47, re­peat­edly “com­mit­ted sex­ual acts with the in­tent that they be viewed by Anello”.

The doc­u­ments also al­legedly de­tail an in­ci­dent in which she is claimed to have sum­moned Michael to her room to move some lug­gage. Michael’s lawyers say when he ar­rived Mariah greeted him wear­ing a see- through neg­ligee, which was left hang­ing open.

And it’s not the only shock­ing ac­cu­sa­tion con­tained in the doc­u­ment. Michael, who owns the se­cu­rity firm Mariah em­ployed from June 2015 to May 2017, claims he was con­tin­u­ously hu­mil­i­ated by his for­mer em­ployer who, he says, re­ferred to him as a “Nazi” and “a white su­prem­a­cist”.

“[Mariah] wanted to be sur­rounded with black guys, not white peo­ple,” the draft law­suit claims.

The doc­u­ment also says Michael wants the singer to o make good on an al­legedly un­paid in­voice for $288,000. 0. He is also af­ter an­other $665,000 for the re­main­ing two years left on the se­cu­rity con­tract, which she e al­legedly ter­mi­nated early.

At the time Wo­man’s Day y went to print, the singer had d yet to com­ment on the al­le­ga­tions, but her reps con­firmed to TMZ they have ve “no in­for­ma­tion” on the sex­ual ha­rass­ment claim.

Mariah ‘wanted to be sur­rounded with black guys’

Last year, Mariah was lean­ing on Michael for sup­port... he’s set to launch a law­suit against the singer.

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