Mariah Carey's security guard threatens to sue for sexual harassment

Mariah Carey's former security guard threatens to sue singer for 'sexual harassment and referring to him as a Nazi skinhead'... and claims she owes him over $200k

According to TMZ, Carey's former security company is threatening to sue her, with Michael Anello, owner of Anello Security & Consulting, claiming that the singer sexually harassed him and his colleague and humiliated them repeatedly by referring to them as Nazis and white supremacists.

The lawsuit claims his company provided security for Carey from June 2015 to May 2017 and is owed $221,330 (£168,300) for completed work.

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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. When he tried leaving, he claims Carey insisted he move the luggage.


Carey's team told TMZ that they have no information on the sexual harassment claim, however they were in touch with Anello's lawyer on Monday, November 8, and were agreeable to pay certain invoices. The draft complaint also states that he was promised another two year deal which would have earned him $511,000 (£389,000).

When he arrived, Carey was allegedly wearing a sheer negligee that was open. He said he eventually left the room and there was no physical contact. The singer didn't respond to the accusations of sexual harassment. Last week, the star's former manager, Stella Bulochnikov, announced to PageSix the pair chose to "part ways on day-to-day management".

Earlier this week, Mariah was said to have undergone surgery to lose weight, according to a new shocking report. Apparently the singer became self-conscious of her weight after viewing cruel comments online. They added, "Mariah underwent the procedure about a month ago, and she is already seeing some good results, and she feels a lot better". Anello attempted to pardon himself however Carey demanded that he move the gear.

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