Anello accused the famous singer of "humiliating" him repeatedly by calling him a "Nazi", a "skinhead", as well as a member of the KKK and a "white supremacist".
On one event amid an excursion to Cabo San Lucas, it's asserted Carey asked for Anello's assistance with moving some gear in her room.
Additionally, Anello states that she owes him $221,329.51 and another $511,000 since she promised a two-year contract.
Meanwhile, Anello's lawyer has put the lawsuit on hold, which is believed to be because they are now in settlement negotiation.
Mariah's team reportedly have no information on the sexual harassment claim at this point in time. He also claims Carey "wanted to be surrounded with black guys, not white people".
Carey is the latest celebrity to be accused of sexual misconduct in the wake of the Harvey Weinstein scandal that rocked Hollywood.
Another shocker - the draft lawsuit which makes allegations of sexual harassment, claims the singer and global music icon, committed "sexual acts with the intent that they be viewed by Anello". He tried to leave but she insisted he completed the task, but he eventually got out and there was no physical contact between them. When he arrived, the "We Belong Together" songstress was wearing a sheer negligee, the lawsuit alleges.
It looks like Mariah Carey might be headed to court.
Her representatives confirmed to TMZ that they are in touch with his lawyers to address the unpaid invoices. Anello attempted to pardon himself however Carey demanded that he move the gear.
The source went on to say Carey had been indulging in cocktails and dinners with her boyfriend, likely a big part of her weight gain.
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