Mariah Carey is being accused of sexual harassment in a suit about to be filed by a former bodyguard.
The diva alternately called her former bodyguard a “Nazi” and then beckoned him to her hotel room, where she was dressed in sheer lingerie, according to a draft lawsuit obtained by TMZ.
Michael Anello worked for the pop diva’s former security company and is threatening to sue her over the alleged incidents.
Carey also called Anello and his colleagues skinheads, KKK members and white supremacists, TMZ reported.
She “wanted to be surrounded with black guys, not white people,” Anello claims in the draft suit.
He plans to sue over a $220,000 unpaid invoice for security his company provided to Carey from June 2015 through May 2017. Anello is after another $511,000 for two remaining years on a security contract, TMZ reported.
The draft suit accuses the “Touch My Body” singer of performing “sexual acts with the intent that they be viewed by Anello.” Specifically Carey allegedly instructed Anello to come to her Cabo San Lucas hotel room to help her with her luggage.
When he arrived, she was half-covered in a racy negligee, according to TMZ.
When Anello tried to duck out of the room, Carey allegedly insisted that he finish moving the luggage first.
There was no contact between the two.
Source: Page Six