The former manager of Mariah Carey is preparing a lawsuit against the singer, claiming violations of the Civil Rights Act as well as sexual harassment. TMZ reports that Stella Stolper, who was Carey’s manager until the singer fired her and other employees last year, filed legal documents preparing the suit for violation of the U.S. Civil Rights Act, a Violation of the Fair Employment and Housing Act as well as breach of contract.
According to the documents, Stolper claims that she was sexually harassed by Carey, who was regularly naked in front of her and did “sexual things” (in the site’s words) while in Stolper’s presence. The suit will also allege that Carey has an issue with substance abuse and doesn’t take her bipolar disorder medication. She alleges that Carey fired her unfairly in the middle of a three-year contract and is due the rest of her contract. She is giving Carey an opportunity to make reparations before the suit is filed.
A representative for Carey said, “If this frivolous and baseless claim is filed, we will defend against it vigorously and successfully.”