Stella claims she was repeatedly sexually harassed by the singer because Mariah was constantly naked in front of her and did sexual things in her presence.
Mariah Carey's rep has responded after the singer's longtime manager Stella Stolper reportedly accused her of sexual harassment. At the time, it was said Stella was suing Mariah for violation of the U.S. Civil Rights Act, a Violation of the Fair Employment and Housing Act along with a breach of contract.
Sources tell TMZ that Stolper's lawsuit "involves a huge amount of money" which she claims the superstar has yet to pay her. She noted that she is taking medication for the condition, which has helped her.
You may recall that Mariah left Stolper to sign with JAY-Z's Roc Nation management and music publishing company in November.
The insider told Page Six: 'Stella is the furthest thing from a manager.
Barbara Bush: 'I have no fear of death'
Since the news about her failing health was made public Sunday afternoon, many Houstonians have offered prayers and support . She was doing better and had been released earlier this past week, but started to get worse in the past couple of days.
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.
The two were "joined at the hip", the publication reported, until they parted ways past year.
Carey, who is divorced from actor Nick Cannon and shares 6-year-old twins Monroe and Moroccan with him, said she made a decision to go public now because she's "just in a really good place right now, where I'm comfortable discussing my struggles with bipolar II disorder". "It's not making me feel too exhausted or sluggish or anything like that".
She finally got proper treatment after "the hardest couple of years I've been through", the star said.