Mariah Carey's security guard claims she sexually harassed him

Tomas Mccoy
November 9, 2017

The owner of Mariah Carey's former security company is threatening to sue her over sexual harassment and unpaid invoices.

Anello claims that Carey owes Anello's security company, Anello Security & Consulting, $221, 329.51 for two years of work, beginning in June 2015 and ending in July 2017.

- Is Kanye West launching a streaming company to compete with Jay-Z? In addition, Carey is being accused of humiliating Anello and his colleague by calling them Nazis, skinheads and other members of hate groups. Anello went into detail about the incident stating it happened during a trip to Cabo San Lucas, when the singer asked Anello to come to her room and was dressed in "see through" negligee.

However, Carey's representatives have "no information on the sexual harassment claim". He would have then tried to leave, but she would have insisted that it will move the suitcases before you can have. He allegedly wasn't happy with the amount they came back with and the lawsuit is now on hold, presumably so the two parties can work out a settlement deal. Carey also supposedly said that she "wanted to be surrounded with black guys, not white people". He admits that no physical contact was made.

In the draft lawsuit, which is yet to be filed, he also included the charge of sexual harassment by the songstress. Last week, the star's former manager, Stella Bulochnikov, announced to PageSix the pair chose to "part ways on day-to-day management".

Media outlets has been overwhelmed by a surge of assertions of sexual unfortunate behavior over the most recent a month, after various allegations against Hollywood maker Harvey Weinstein were accounted for by The New York Times and The New Yorker. Apparently the singer became self-conscious of her weight after viewing cruel comments online.

Carey's people have been in touch with Anello's lawyer.

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