Was urinated on, abused both physically and racially while working for Mariah Carey: Ex-assistant Lianna Shakhnazaryan

However, while Lianna has said that her ex-boss’ allegations are totally false and frivolous, her manager Stella has also filed a lawsuit against Mariah Carey for violating laws under the housing act.

author_img N.J. Pinto Published :  21st January 2019 11:07 PM   |   Published :   |  21st January 2019 11:07 PM
Mariah Carey

Mariah Carey

A nasty dispute has come to light involving pop singer Mariah Carey, after she recently filed a lawsuit against her former assistant manager Lianna Shakhnazaryan. In her lawsuit, Mariah has said that the former assistant secretly filmed her in intimate settings and later tried to extort as much as 8 million dollars from the singer, after having violated the non-disclosure agreement. The assistant had earlier filed a case against Mariah and her manager Stella Bulochnikov, who allegedly physically and racially abused her.  

According to an online report, Lianna has said that while she worked for Mariah Carey during the period of 2015 to 2017, her manager Stella on many occasions urinated on her and constantly tormented her. In her lawsuit, she also goes on to state that the manager used to have the habit of slap her breasts and buttocks and even place several objects on her body to harass her. However, the harassment did not stop there as Lianna claims that she was also called a ‘whore’ by Stella. The assistant said while she suffered from emotional turmoil, Mariah accepted the behaviour by her manager, and she was later sacked for failing to turn up to work on time. 

Interestingly, Mariah has claimed that Lianna used her credit card to buy personal stuff and also availed of discounts for personal reasons while using the actors name. The singer has claimed 3 million dollars in damage. However, while Lianna has said that her ex-boss’ allegations are totally false and frivolous, her manager Stella has also filed a lawsuit against Mariah Carey for violating laws under the Fair Employment and Housing Act, after being dropped as manager by Mariah Carey, for Roc Nation. 
 

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