Mariah Carey reportedly sued by a female manager for 'parading around naked in front of her'

Cheryl Kahla
Apr 17, 2018
01:50 P.M.
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The 48-year-old singer and songwriter, Mariah Carey, is facing legal action after her manager of 4 years sued her for sexual harassment and breach of contract.

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Besides being colleagues, Stella Bulochnikov and Carey was also best friends and 'once considered inseparable.' They have since broken their friendship off and parted ways in November 2017. 

As reported by Daily Mail, Bulochnikov stated in the court documents that the I Don't Wanna Cry singer was 'constantly naked in front of her.' Carey has denied these claims. 

Bulochnikov is also suing Carey for missed payments that resulted from a breach of contract. The duo had a three-year contract which was terminated prematurely. 

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A source close to the singer told Daily Mail that Carey 'owes Stella tens of millions in commission.' Bulochnikov, a comedian, joined the Carey team in 2013. 

In her new role as manager, Bulochnikov created and produced Carey's reality television show, Mariah's World. She also supported Carey during her personal troubles, such as her breakup from James Packer. 

According to Page Six, many of Carey's close friends and family believed that she was being controlled by Bulochnikov, who they described as a 'Russian dictator manager.' 

They also believe that Bulochnikov wasn't fulfilling her duties as Carey's manager. Bulochnikov is a TV producer, but despite that, Carey still 'does whatever she says.' 

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Page Six tried to reach Bulochnikov for comment, but the former-manager swore at the interviewers and told them to "lose my number." She has not returned their calls yet. 

An insider revealed that the rift between Carey and Bulochnikov formed when Carey joined Jay-Z's record label, Roc Nation, in November 2017. 

Through Roc Nation, Carey now had access to professional management, a talent agency, a production company, as well as 'legitimate people, assistants and a lawyer.'

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