Mariah Carey’s Legal Team Calls Her Ex-Assistant ‘Trash’ & An ‘Extortionist’ In

Mariah Carey’s Legal Team Calls Her Ex-Assistant ‘Trash’ & An ‘Extortionist’ In

Carey's lawsuit also alleges that the ex-assistant "regularly made purchases for her personal benefit on credit cards provided to her by Mariah".

She accuses Ms Bulochnikov of calling her a "whore" and urinating on her, and Carey of physical and emotional abuse.

Mariah says Azarian showed some of the videos to friends, saying if she was ever fired she'd sell them.

Carey is seeking over $3 million in damages against Azarian, who the singer claimed was blackmailing her, claiming she would release embarrassing videos of her unless the singer paid her $8 million. Reuters was not immediately able to confirm those details.

"Mariah claims she was paying Azarian as much as $327,000 a year, but ended up firing her in November 2017 and that's when she claims the blackmail began". The documents states, "Azarian, without Mariah's knowledge or permission, secretly filmed Mariah engaged in personal activities which, if revealed, Azarian knew would be personally embarrassing and professionally damaging to Mariah".

The latest news comes days after Mariah and her ex-manager Stella Bulochnikov settled their legal dispute.

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Mariah says she had demanded the videos and other evidence of criminal activity back, to no avail, and she is suing for unspecified damages.

The court-issued documents describe Bulochnikov's conduct in the following words: "placing objects under her breasts such as iPhones, television remote controls and utensils".

Lianna Shakhnazaryan has filed a legal case against the pop star and Stella Bulochnikov in Los Angeles.

Bulochnikov, who appeared in the singer's docuseries Mariah's World, went after the Heartbreaker hitmaker in April, five months after the pair parted ways, and accused Mariah of failing to pay her more than $100 million in commissions she believed she was owed.

Mariah Carey isn't going down without a fight.

'After working together for nearly three years, Mariah Carey and Stella Bulochnikov have determined that it is in their mutual best interest to part ways on day-to-day management, ' the statement maintained.

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