The lawyer for Mariah Carey's ex-manager claims the songstress is a "train wreck" who is "addicted to alcohol, prescription pills, and marijuana" and owes her former manager millions of dollars.
Singer Mariah Carey has been sued by a former manager and confidant Stella Stopler over a raft of allegations including breach of contract, unjust enrichment and breach of fiduciary duty.
The insider told Page Six: 'Stella is the furthest thing from a manager. "She's a TV producer", adding that she had manipulative tendencies.
After messages of support flooded in from fans on social media, she took to Instagram to thank her 6.6 million followers for their warm wishes. Stopler's also claiming that Mariah Carey also has issues with substances.
On Wednesday, Mariah went public with her diagnosis in a People magazine article, revealing she first learned she had the disorder in 2001, when she was hospitalized after suffering a physical and emotional breakdown, but she refused to believe it.
Stella Bulochnikov worked with the singer for three years, before they parted ways in November 2017. "It was too heavy a burden to carry and I simply couldn't do that anymore".
Mariah Carey is thanking fans for their "overwhelming" support after she recently revealed that she has been suffering from bipolar disorder for almost two decades. I sought and received treatment, I put positive people around me and I got back to doing what I love - writing songs and making music.
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