Mariah Carey Secret Video Recordings Doing "Embarrassing" Things Could Leak

Mariah Carey Secret Video Recordings Doing

Mariah Carey Secret Video Recordings Doing "Embarrassing" Things Could Leak

Mariah Carey performs during New Year's eve celebrations in Times Square in New York City, New York, U.S., December 31, 2017. Carey's lawsuit reportedly claims Azarian used her boss' credit cards without permission to buy personal items and convince retailers that they were for the singer, thus tarnishing her good will to get discounts.

Days after Mariah Carey filed a lawsuit against her former assistant, that assistant is now suing Carey, alleging that she was abused by Carey's ex-manager and that the diva did nothing about it. Azarian did not immediately respond to requests for comment.

Meanwhile, Mariah filed her own suit against Shakhnazaryan on Tuesday, accusing her of violating her NDA (non-disclosure agreement) by secretly recording embarrassing videos of the singer and trying to extort her out of $8 million.

Azarian was let go in November 2017 after two and a half years of serving as an executive assistant, and Mariah claims that's when her blackmail scheme began.

Shakhnazaryan claims she was also subjected to "acts of physical abuse" including the "slapping of [her] buttocks and breasts", as well as allegedly being tackled to the ground by Bulochnikov and "urinated upon in the presence of others on multiple occasions".

While the most severe allegations are against Bulochnikov, the suit alleges that Carey was also physically and psychologically abusive towards her. According to court documents obtained by E!

The artists' rep told USA Today: "This new year welcomes Mariah's continued efforts to clean the trash from her life".

"Mariah said she hired Azarian back in March 2015 as an Executive Assistant and unknown to her, she was secretly filming her "personal activities" ... which would be "embarrassing", and extremely damaging both personally and professionally if revealed".

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'. If Carey couldn't provide that cash, Azarian said she'd release the aforementioned videos and other reputation-ruining details.

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