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Mariah Carey's Ex-Manager Sues for Alleged Civil Rights Violations

17 April 2018

Mariah Carey might be done with her former manager, but Stella Stolper isn't done with Mariah Carey. We're told Stella is claiming Mariah rarely wore clothes around her, and was not only naked. but did sexual things in Stella's presence.

As The Blast previously reported, Stella Bulochnikov filed documents in NY ahead of a possible lawsuit against Mariah Carey.

According to TMZ, Stolper plans to sue Mimi for allegedly violating the U.S. Civil Rights Act, violating the Fair Employment and Housing Act and breach of contract.

The two were considered inseparable after the singer hired Stolper, a former stand-up comedian, in 2013 as part of a huge team shake-up.

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They were considered "inseparable" for around four years but Mariah and Bulochnikov reportedly parted ways around a year ago.

The insider told Page Six: 'Stella is the furthest thing from a manager.

O'Donnell, who describes Mariah as "a train wreck", says Stella is owed millions of dollars in unpaid commissions and claims Stella was also a 50/50 partner in a production company with over a dozen projects in the works that are worth over 100 million dollars.

Bulochnikov worked with Carey for almost three years before they parted ways in November of 2017.

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Mariah revealed her 17-year-long battle with the disorder earlier this week, where she admitted she was living in "denial and isolation" before speaking publicly about her struggle. "It was too heavy a burden to carry and I simply couldn't do that anymore".

She said, "I didn't want to believe it". I sought and received treatment'.

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Mariah Carey's Ex-Manager Sues for Alleged Civil Rights Violations