Mariah Carey is suing her former personal assistant.
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Mariah Carey is suing her former executive assistant Lianna Azarian for secretly recording her doing "embarrassing" things and then threatened to release the videos unless she pays $8 million, TMZ is reporting.
Azarian allegedly said she "would sell the video for a profit and buy herself a home" if Carey fired her. Azarian signed a nondisclosure agreement, which E!
She notes they would be extremely damaging if released, although the lawsuit does not give further information as to what the content is.
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The "Hero" hitmaker filed a lawsuit against Lianna Azarian earlier this week, in which she accused her of blackmail, and now the ex-employee has hit back with a legal complaint of her own, objecting to the treatment she received while working for the 48-year-old star. The videos that resulted, which were not explicitly detailed in the filing but described as "intimate", were made without Carey's knowledge, according to the suit.
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.
'During their time working together, they have accomplished great things, including, most recently, Mariah Carey's new music and motion picture projects for this upcoming holiday season, ' it went on.
Insiders claimed Stella was demanding over $100 million in the suit, on the grounds that this was her rightful cut of the money Mariah earned with her assistance.