Mariah Carey Reportedly Sued By Former Manager For Civil Rights Violations

Mariah Carey Reportedly Sued By Former Manager For Civil Rights Violations

Since Mariah Carey opened up about her diagnosis and private battle with bipolar disorder in an intimate interview with People Magazine, she has received nothing but praise from fans and fellow colleagues in the music industry. While there is no cure for bipolar II disorder, it can be treated with a combination of therapy and medication.

Mariah Carey's rep has responded after the singer's longtime manager Stella Stolper reportedly accused her of sexual harassment.

She said: "Until recently I lived in denial and isolation and in constant fear someone would expose me". "It's not making me feel too exhausted or sluggish or anything like that". In response, Carey expressed her gratitude and appreciation in a post to her followers across her social media accounts on Saturday that read, "I've been hard at work, feeling inspired by each of your stories and uplifted by your overwhelming support. Mariah Carey and Stella Bulochnikov remain partners in a number of business ventures, and will continue to support each other in those endeavours".

"For a long time I thought I had a severe sleep disorder".

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She said: 'I didn't want to believe it. But it wasn't normal insomnia and I wasn't lying awake counting sheep. I was working and working and working. I was irritable and in constant fear of letting people down. Eventually I would just hit a wall.

"He's proud of her for coming forward and using her platform for good", a source close to Cannon has told ET.

In 2013, Carey hired Stolper, who used to do stand-up comedy, to produce the reality TV show "Mariah's World".

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