Stopler's now alleging that the singer sexually harassed her during her time as Carey's manager. According to TMZ, she claims that Carey was constantly naked around her, and often did sexual things in her presence.
Singer Mariah Carey has been sued by a former manager and confidant Stella Stopler over a raft of allegations including breach of contract, unjust enrichment and breach of fiduciary duty.
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You may recall that Mariah left Stolper to sign with JAY-Z's Roc Nation management and music publishing company in November.
Reps for Mariah told Metro.co.uk: 'Stella Bulochnikov was terminated from employment as Mariah¹s manager due to failure to perform her job effectively and ill-serving her client.
You don't have to follow Mariah Carey closely to have heard the buzz about how working with her can sometimes be hard and unpredictable. She's a TV producer.
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In a new People magazine cover story, Carey talks about having been diagnosed with bipolar disorder and where she is today.
Bulochnikov worked with Carey for almost three years before they parted ways in November of 2017.
"Until recently, I lived in denial and isolation and in constant fear someone would expose me", she said. However, Stella claims that Mariah Carey's mental health issues are a small part of the issues that took place. "It's not making me feel too exhausted or sluggish or anything like that".
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Explaining why she's chose to speak out, Mariah told People: "I'm hopeful we can get to a place where the stigma is lifted from people going through anything alone".