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By Alexyz LigginsJanuary 16, 2019
Mariah Carey has one less thing to worry about now that her multi-million dollar lawsuit with her ex-manager has been settled.
According to The Blast, Carey and Stella Bulochnikov has hashed out a deal to end their nasty battle. Court documents say the two,
“reached a mutually agreed to a resolution of this matter.” Bulochnikov agreed to “discontinue this action against Mariah Carey with prejudice, with each party to bear its own attorneys’ fees and costs.”
Stella was suing the singer for $100 million. Sources said Bulochnikov believed she was owed commissions on the fortune she helped Mariah make during their time together. While they finally came to an agreement, there has been no word on what amount they actually settled on.
As we reported, Bulochnikov filed her initial document back in April, stating the nature of her lawsuit will be a breach of contract, violation of the U.S. Civil Rights Act, and a violation of the Fair Employment and Housing Act.
Bulochnikov’s suit also alleged sexual harassment. She claimed Carey was frequently nude around her and, according to TMZ’s report, “did sexual things in Stella’s presence.” In addition to that, the suit alleged unpaid wages and a substance-abuse problem on Carey’s part. Carey’s rep called the claim “frivolous and baseless.” Those issues were also settled in the suit as well.
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