Mariah Carey’s former security company is threatening to sue with several claims against the singer including sexual harassment, suggesting they were members of hate groups and failing to pay the proper amount for its services.
Michael Anello, who owns the security company, is coming forward with the claims in a lawsuit drafted by his lawyer of which TMZ has obtained the details.
The draft states that Carey committed “sexual acts with the intent that they be viewed by Anello,” and also details an incident with the singer during a trip to Cabo San Lucas. Anello claims that Carey asked him to come into her room to move some luggage around and when he entered “she was wearing a see-through negligee that was open,” TMZ reports. The security guard tried to leave the room, but Carey insisted he do what she told him.
Anello also claims that Carey repeatedly humiliated he and his colleague by referring to them as members of hate groups by calling them nazis, skinheads, KKK members and white supremacists. The suit also suggests that the singer only “wanted to be surrounded with black guys, not white people.”
The drafted lawsuit also claims that Carey has failed to pay the balance for the security companies services from June 2015 to May 2017. According to the draft, Carey still owes $221,329.51 and another $511,000 Anello was promised for another two years.
Anello’s lawyer says the lawsuit is not on hold after Carey’s people got in touch to settle the dispute.