Mariah Carey’s former head security guard and his company are planning to sue the singer for alleged sexual harassment — and for calling him a Nazi, according to TMZ.
The 47-year-old singer is accused of allegedly exposing herself to Michael Anello, her former head security guard. Anello also claims she repeatedly called him discriminatory names like Nazi, skinhead, and white supremacist, and refuses to pay an outstanding balance owed to him.
Anello’s lawyer readied a lawsuit draft that claims Carey would perform “sexual acts with the intent that they be viewed by Anello,” according to TMZ. The draft continues to claim that while in Cabo San Lucas, Carey called Anello to her hotel room to help with luggage and she was reportedly in an open and see-through lingerie.
Despite Anello attempting to leave the pop star’s room, she had him move the luggage anyway, humiliating him. Anello left the room and nothing physical happened.
To make things much worse for Mariah Carey, she allegedly called Anello and his colleague racist names such as Nazi and skinhead and referred to them as members of the KKK.
According to TMZ, Anello claims the singer "wanted to be surrounded with black guys, not white people."
The lawsuit draft contains details of money Carey allegedly owes Anello and his company, Anello Security & Counseling. The amount is around $221,329.51 for services provided to the singer from June 2015 to May 2017.
Anello claims he was supposed to work for Carey for two more years, which would add over $500,000 to that amount.
Carey’s people told TMZ they offered to pay certain invoices but Anello was not happy with the amount. Her reps told TMZ they had “no information on the sexual harassment claim.”
The lawsuit remains a draft as it has not been filed by Anello and his lawyer yet. It has been put on hold for the time being and we can only assume both parties are working out settlement negotiations.
The singer, who was formerly married twice, first to Tommy Mottola and next to Nick Cannon, has a reputation for being a diva to work with. But this is more than being a diva. Carey could face serious charges if this lawsuit is put into action by Anello.
All of these awful sexual harassment accusations and incidents are coming into the spotlight all at once. With Harvey Weinstein being outed for sexual harassment and fired by his own company and then Kevin Spacey losing his part on "House of Cards" for the same accusation, sexual harassment, the world is being shown how often sexual harassment occurs and is covered up and kept quiet in Hollywood.