Mariah Carey’s former head of security is taking her to court after the singer called him a Nazi, a skinhead, a KKK member and a white supremacist, according to complaints contained in a draft lawsuit reported by TMZ.
Michael Anello, who headed up Carey’s security company, also accuses Carey of exposing herself to him.
According to Anello’s complaint, his company worked for the pop diva from June 2015 to May 2017 and was not only stiffed on over $200,000 owed but was also denied another promised two years of work which would have added $511,000 to the tab.
In the suit, Anello says Mariah humiliated him and his colleagues by referring to them in derogatory terms, according to TMZ. He claims Mariah “wanted to be surrounded with black guys, not white people.”
The draft lawsuit also claims that Carey performed “sexual acts with the intent that they be viewed by Anello.”
Anello reportedly claimed that during a trip to Cabo San Lucas, Mariah asked him to come to her room to move some luggage and when he got there, she was wearing a see-through negligee that was open.
He says he tried leaving but she insisted he move the luggage. He says he left the room and there was no physical contact.
Mariah’s representatives told TMZ that they were in touch with Anello’s lawyer on Monday and were agreeable to pay certain invoices, but Anello was reportedly not satisfied with the amount.
The lawyer for Anello told TMZ the lawsuit is now on hold, while TMZ reported that “Mariah’s people have no information on the sexual harassment claim.”
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