Mariah Carey's Ex-Manager Allegedly Threatens to Expose Singer's Secrets in Sexual Assault Suit
Mariah Carey's ex-manager Stella Bulochnikov is now threatening to expose the singer's secrets after she was sued for sexual assault. The victim who sued the former manager is Lianna Shakhnazaryan, Carey's assistant who also claimed that she was mistreated by her former boss.
While it seems Mariah Carey was just caught up in the mess of two of her former employees, she is now being dragged into it with her former manager threatening to reveal all of Mariah's secrets.
In her countersuit, she also stated that Shakhnazaryan was such a "menace" to those who worked with her. She also admitted that she and her former friend used to engage in "friendly horseplay" while they both worked for the "We Belong Together" singer. Bulochnikov even stated that the former assistant's horseplay was a lot more aggressive and inappropriate as compared to hers.
Bulochnikov vs. Carey
The ex-manager allegedly has footage of Shakhnazaryan's private body parts, even inviting other people to throw objects into her bra. There are even some of her provocatively dancing. She adds that Carey isn't without blame in this whole ordeal. Bulochikov says that she failed to supervise her employee and even facilitated the wrongdoing.
At first, Carey and Bulochnikov were the ones in a legal battle, but after reaching an agreement, they are now both the subject of the lawsuit filed by Lianna Shakhnazaryan. Lianna, who worked for Mariah from 2015 to 2017, was fired from her job over some circumstances that are now being shared to the public.
The singer sued Shakhnazaryan for breaching her contract and invading her privacy. She was asking for $3 million to resolve the damages.
Lianna's Counter Suit
While Carey had reasons for filing the case, Shakhnazaryan countered this with a lawsuit over what happened when she worked for Carey.
On January 16, Shakhnazaryan filed a case in the Los Angeles Superior Court, listing a series of abusive and humiliating actions done by Bulochnikov in the presence of Carey during the time she worked for the two women.
According to Shakhnazaryan, she was subjected to "severe, pervasive, sexual, derogatory, offensive, physically abusive and outrageous conduct by defendant Bulochnikov."
The three women now continue to be at war with one another, and it is unclear whether it'll be resolved soon especially with multiple suits filed against each other.
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