Former security guard accuses singer Mariah Carey of sexual harassment
- Author: Stacy Houston Nov 09, 2017,
Nov 09, 2017, 1:11
Mariah Carey speaks at a press conference to announce an agreement with Israeli cosmetics brand Premier Dead Sea, in the coastal city of Tel Aviv, June 26, 2017.
TMZ reported that Anello is dissatisfied with the amount purportedly offered by Carey for the select invoices and that a lawsuit is now on hold for settlement negotiation purposes.
Anello says Mariah degraded him and his colleague by referring to them as members of the hate groups. According to documents, Michael also alleges Mariah called him a Nazi, white supremacist, and KKK member repeatedly.
With regard to the sexual harassment, Anello claims Carey summoned him to her hotel suite to get some luggage during a trip to Cabo San Lucas. When he got there, the singer was wearing an open see-through negligee.
Mariah Carey appears to be the first female entertainer publicly accused of sexual harassment in the wake of the Harvey Weinstein scandal, which has seen more than 75 women accuse the producer of sexual misconduct. He admits that no physical contact was made.
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Mariah's management crew told TMZ they were in touch with Anello's lawyer Monday and were agreeable to pay certain invoices, but according to reports, Anello is not satisfied with the amount he's being offered.
The publication has alleged that the Hero hitmaker has undergone the surgery to help the pop superstar lose weight after she "became self-conscious about her curves".
According to the publication's source: 'Mariah underwent the procedure about a month ago, and she is already seeing some good results, and she feels a lot better'.
He claims that not only was he subjected to verbal abuse, he was a victim of sexual harassment.
Carey and Ratner had previously collaborated on eight music videos, with Ratner acting as director, including Thank God I Found You and We Belong Together.