Michael Anello - the former security guard for Mariah Carey - is threatening the singing sensation with legal action, claiming she sexually harassed him, humiliated him and owes him money, according to TMZ.
He described an incident where Carey invited him into her room during a trip to Cabo San Lucas and the "We Belong Together" singer was wearing an open see-through negligee.
Michael Anello's lawyer has drafted a lawsuit claiming that the company worked for Carey between 2015 - 2017 and that they are owed $221, 329.51. He says she stiffed the company over $200,000 and broke a promise of another two years work that would have totaled another $511,000. They seem to be working out a deal to pay specific invoices, however, sources told TMZ Anello isn't happy with the sum.More news: 'A great treat': Doctors wear Halloween costumes for kids at Children's Hospital
However, Carey's representatives have "no information on the sexual harassment claim".
Additionally, he stated that Mariah said she wanted to be surrounded by black men and not white guys.
In the wake of the recent Hollywood scandals, a former security guard of the star accused her of sexual harassment and humiliation. Anello alleges he tried leaving, but she insisted he move the luggage.More news: Jay-Z: Meek Mill Prison Sentence 'Unjust and Heavy-Handed'
Carey herself has not responded to multiple requests for comment from TMZ and other media outlets. The news comes in after weeks of several Hollywood directors, producers and actors being accused of sexual harassment or abuse. While he admits there was no physical contact, the draft adds, that she committed "sexual acts with the intent that they be viewed by Anello".
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Carey's people have been in touch with Anello's lawyer. Last week, the star's former manager, Stella Bulochnikov, announced to PageSix the pair made a decision to "part ways on day-to-day management". She scored a nomination to be inducted alongside the likes of N.W.A.More news: Presidential hopeful Rand Paul attacked at his Kentucky home