Mariah Carey has become the latest celebrity name to be dragged through the tabloid headlines because of a sexual assault allegation.
Michael Anello worked for the pop diva's former security company and is threatening to sue her over the alleged incidents. In addition, Carey is being accused of humiliating Anello and his colleague by calling them Nazis, skinheads and other members of hate groups. He also claims Carey "wanted to be surrounded with black guys, not white people".
Anello said that during a trip to Cabo San Lucas, Carey asked him to move luggage in her room.
When Anello tried to duck out of the room, Carey allegedly insisted that he finish moving the luggage first. He said he eventually left the room and there was no physical contact.
Us Weekly has reached out to Carey's representatives for comment.
In a formal complaint from the head of a security firm for sultry songstress Mariah Carey about non-payment, a man alleged that the singer sexually harassed him and called him racial slurs.
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They had "no information on the sexual harassment claims".
Michael Anello is claiming the singer, 47, humiliated him repeatedly by referring to him as a Nazi, acted in an inappropriate sexual manner in front of him, and has also refused to pay outstanding bills.
Meanwhile, Anello reportedly is not happy with what Mariah has agreed to pay and his lawyer says he is keeping the lawsuit on the hold until the negotiations are complete. "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".
Anello, who is the CEO of Los Angeles-based security agency, provided Carey with security guard service between June 2015 and May 2017, according to a TMZ report.
This comes on the heels of the news that Mariah split from her longtime manager Stella Bulochnikov.