Mariah Carey Sues Assistant For Blackmailing Over Embarrassing Videos

Singer Mariah Carey sues personal assistant over “Embarrassing Video”

Carey's lawsuit also alleges that the ex-assistant "regularly made purchases for her personal benefit on credit cards provided to her by Mariah". The suit also claims that Bulochnikov called Azarian the n-word and a "f-ing Armenian whore" and that she ridiculed her breasts, "including placing objects under her breasts such as iPhones, television remote controls and utensils".

The Caution artist recently filed a lawsuit against her former executive assistant Lianna Azarian who started working for the singer in 2015 until November 2017.

The case also says she reported Ms Bulochnikov's behaviour to Carey in October 2017, but was sacked the following month. Azarian did not immediately respond to requests for comment.

Mariah Carey has reportedly filed a lawsuit against her old assistant after she allegedly tried to blackmail her with "intimate" and "embarrassing" recordings.

The news comes shortly after it was reported that Mariah and her former manager Stella Bulochnikov had reached a confidential settlement in their bitter legal battle.

Carey's lawsuit alleges that Shakhnazaryan secretly filmed her without her knowledge or permission, which if revealed would be personally embarrassing and professionally damaging to her.

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She says the singer herself also committed acts of "physical and emotional/psychological abuse", but the case doesn't go into detail.

In the document obtained by E!

"This new year welcomes Mariah's continued efforts to clean the trash from her life", the statement reads.

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

Stella, who previously accused the pop star of sexual harassment, will "discontinue this action against Mariah Carey with prejudice, with each party to bear its own attorneys" fees and costs'.

Court documents obtained by People Magazine, state that the Obsessed hitmaker is suing Lianna for breach of contract, breach of fiduciary duty, extortion and invasion of privacy and she is seeking damages for $3,000,000 (R41 Million).

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