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Mariah Carey Sued by Former Manager for Civil Rights Violations

Mariah Carey Sued by Former Manager for Civil Rights Violations

ABC/Randy HolmesMariah Carey's former manager, Stella Bulochnikov, aka Stella Stolper, reportedly plans to sue the entertainment icon.unless she pays up.

According to TMZ, Stella Stopler is accusing Mariah Carey of sexual harassment.

Sources tell TMZ that Stolper's lawsuit "involves a huge amount of money" which she claims the superstar has yet to pay her.

Do you think Mariah's bipolar diagnosis explains her unusual behaviors?

Mariah Carey is facing an all-too-real lawsuit by her ex-manager.

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




The TV producer was rendered useless when Carey found not only a new record label, but new management, talent agency, touring, and concert production company - not to mention new music, film and TV production.

During their time together, Stella is also believed to have helped Mariah through her split with Australian fiance James Packer.

It read: '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'.

Mariah Carey - who recently revealed she was diagnosed with bipolar disorder in 2001 - has been "looking inward" as she searches for inspiration for her book and the decision to speak so openly about her personal struggles has been a liberating experience for Mariah. I sought and received treatment'.

"I'm actually taking medication that seems to be pretty good", she said.

Mariah Carey is thanking fans for their "overwhelming" support after she recently revealed that she has been suffering from bipolar disorder for almost two decades.


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