Mariah Carey's security guard threatens to sue for sexual harassment

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Anello also alleges the star humiliated him by calling him a Nazi and a white supremacist.

The vocalist is blamed for acting sexually toward her previous individual security, Michael Anello.

Anello's lawyer has prepared a draft of a lawsuit, claiming his company worked for Mariah from June 2015 to May 2017 and got stiffed on the balance to the tune of $221,329.51.

As of now, Carey's representatives "have no information on the sexual harassment claim", according to TMZ.

According to Anello, Mariah "wanted to be surrounded by black guys, not white people".

In addition, the draft lawsuit allegedly claims the singer committed "sexual acts with the intent that they be viewed by Anello".

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Additionally, Anello describes an incident during a trip to Cabo San Lucas in which the singer requested he come to her room to move some luggage, and was wearing a see-through negligee that was open. He would have then tried to leave, but she would have insisted that it will move the suitcases before you can have. He says he left the room and there was no physical contact between them.

Anello claims he was promised an additional $511k for the further two years of work - an agreement that has presumably now been cancelled.

Michael Anello, Mariah Carey's former head of security, has accused the singer of sexual harassment.

TMZ has reported that Carey's reps say she is willing to pay some of the invoices, but Anello is not satisfied with the amount.

In the draft lawsuit, which is yet to be filed, he also included the charge of sexual harassment by the songstress.

Media outlets has been overwhelmed by a surge of assertions of sexual unfortunate behavior over the most recent a month, after various allegations against Hollywood maker Harvey Weinstein were accounted for by The New York Times and The New Yorker.