Mariah Carey Resolves Sexual Harassment Lawsuit
The lawsuit between Mariah Carey and her former manager, Stella Bulochnikov, has finally come to an end.
The lawyer for Bulochnikov told People that “the parties [have] reached a mutually agreed resolution to this matter”.
Carey and Bulochnikov worked together for three years before they split in November 2017.
After the split, both Carey and Bulochnikov released a joint statement saying they remained “partners in a number of business ventures” and would “continue to support each other in those endeavours.”
However, in April, Bulochnikov’s lawyers filed a summons in New York court alleging a breach of contract and violation of the U.S. Civil Rights Acts.
According to reports by TMZ, Bulochnikov’s lawyers claim Carey sexually harassed her by often being naked in front of her who was struggling with substance abuse and owed her millions of dollars in unpaid commissions.
Carey told People, about her battle with bipolar disorder. She was diagnosed with bipolar disorder in 2001 after being hospitalized for a physical and mental breakdown.
However, according to Page Six, it is not clear whether the end of the lawsuit included a financial settlement but the lawsuit seeks unspecified damages.