In the lawsuit, Lianna claims that Mariah condoned the behavior of her manager and that it sometimes happened with her present.
R&B singer Mariah Carey is ready to take some serious legal action against a former personal assistant she hired. News, Carey's legal team claimed that Azarian said she "would sell the video for a profit and buy herself a home" if Carey fired her. Showing these supposed "embarrassing" tapes would violate the nondisclosure agreement Azarian signed when she started working for the 48-year-old singer.
The accusations don't end there.
Shakhnazaryan filed the suit in Los Angeles Superior Court, alleging that Bulochnikov slapped her buttocks and breasts, tackled her, and would sit on her.
Carey is seemingly implicated in this, as Azarian alleges the singer was in the vicinity of the alleged abuse and "did nothing". The suit also said she traded the singer's goodwill to get deep discounts.
Liann is also suing Stella and other people.
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The new legal case from Ms Shakhnazaryan says she worked for the chart-topping USA singer and her manager between 2015 and 2017.
Shakhnazaryan is seeking compensatory damages "including lost wages, past and future earnings [and] unpaid overtime", as well as money for "physical injury, mental pain and anguish and severe emotional distress", along with general damages, attorney's fees, the cost of the lawsuit, and punitive damages.
"This new year welcomes Mariah's continued efforts to clean the trash from her life", the statement reads.
According to Mariah just filed against Lianna Azarian, lists all the details about the threats. Carey says unbeknownst to her, Azarian was secretly filming her "personal activities" ... which would be "embarrassing", and extremely damaging both personally and professionally if revealed. She "demanded millions of dollars and refused to return the evidence".
Carey's lawsuit also alleges that the ex-assistant "regularly made purchases for her personal benefit on credit cards provided to her by Mariah". Quigley would later publish a statement affirming his client's "absolute" innocence, on all claims.
'During their time working together, they have accomplished great things, including, most recently, Mariah Carey's new music and motion picture projects for this upcoming holiday season, ' it went on.