Mariah Carey’s ex-assistant files lawsuit claiming sexual harassment, battery after blackmailing allegation

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Mariah Carey has reportedly filed a lawsuit against her old assistant after she allegedly tried to blackmail her with ‘intimate’ and ’embarrassing’ recordings.

Mariah Carey’s former assistant is responding to the pop diva’s recent lawsuit with a lawsuit of her own.

Hours after news broke that Carey had filed a $3 million suit against her former executive assistant, Lianna Shakhnazaryan, for violating their non-disclosure agreement, the ex-employee fired back with a lengthy lawsuit of her own, accusing Carey, and her former manager, Stella Bulochnikov, for a litany of alleged claims.

The laundry list of allegations includes wrongful termination, retaliation, failure to prevent discrimination and harassment, breach of covenant of good faith and fair dealing, racial discrimination, sexual harassment, failure to pay earned wages upon termination, breach of oral contract, rescission of contract, violation of the Bane Act, violation of the Unruh Civil Rights Act, intentional infliction of emotional distress, and battery.

Mariah Carey Sues Former Assistant for Allegedly Violating Non-Disclosure Agreement

According to the lawsuit obtained by ET, Shakhnazaryan claims she began working as Carey’s assistant in September 2015, and allegedly had an oral employment agreement to be paid $328,500 annually.

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