Mariah Carey is reportedly facing a sexual harassment lawsuit from her former manager Stella Bulochnikov, who is said to have alleged the singer was "constantly naked in front of her".
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The 48-year-old 'Hero' singer also allegedly "did sexual things in Stella's presence", according to TMZ.
Bulochnikov also alleges Carey has a drug abuse problem and doesn't correctly take medication she's prescribed to treat her recently announced bipolar disorder.
A representative for Carey told TMZ the lawsuit is a "frivolous and baseless claim" that will be defended against "vigorously and successfully".
In 2016, a report in gossip publication Page Six claimed Bulochnikov didn't act like a manager, but rather a 'dictator'.
"She's practically moved in with Mariah and now she has so much stuff on her that she can get her to do anything," an unnamed source told Page Six.
"She's pulling the strings, and Mariah does whatever she says."
TMZ reports Bulochnikov is also claiming unfair dismissal from her role with Carey, and will consider not filing the lawsuit if she's paid an undisclosed amount of money.