Mariah Carey is facing a lawsuit from her former manager Stella Bulochnikov, and it sounds like it's going to get nasty. Carey and Bulochnikov parted ways in November 2017, and now the ex-manager has filed paperwork warning that a lawsuit is about to be filed.
Bulochnikov, who was behind Mariah’s E! reality show, plans to sue the singer for violating a U.S. Civil Rights Act, a Violation of the Fair Employment and Housing Act, as well as breach of contract, and her lawyers, Pierce O’Donnell and Bert Fields, have already come out fighting. In an interview with The Blast, O'Donnell says Stella was fired without cause, describing Mariah as a "train wreck."
He calls Mariah's recent admission of being diagnosed with bipolar disorder is "a big lie," clarifying while she was indeed diagnosed with the condition, "the reason that she is in the position she is in now is she refused to take her medication." What's more, he adds that Mariah's “addicted to alcohol, prescription pills, and marijuana," and that she was "stoned out of her mind," before her New Year's Eve meltdown in 2017.
- “Stella pled with Mariah to get sober and she refused," he argues."Stella then became her constant guardian and protector." O'Donnell says Mariah and Stella were 50/50 partners in a very lucrative production company, and she's owed millions of dollars. He threatens that if the singer doesn't settle with Stella, there will be a "blockbuster exposé lawsuit," with lots more juicy details coming out.
Source: The Blast