Mariah Carey settles sexual harassment case with ex-manager Stella Stolper
Mariah Carey and her former managed Stella Stolper, issue on sexual harassment lawsuit have been settled after both party reached a mutual agreement.
However, by April, Stella was filing court papers to summons in New York to notify the singer that they would be suing for infringement of the U.S Civil Rights Act, California Fair Employment and Housing Act, breach of contract and breach of fiduciary duty.
Mariah and Stella stopped doing business together in November of 2017 and at the time released an amicable statement regarding their split.
An attorney for Stella Stolper declined to say whether the former manager accepted a cash payoff,
Insiders claimed Stella was demanding over $100 million in the suit, on the grounds that this was her rightful cut of the money Mariah earned with her assistance.
Of the dispute agreement, Stolper’s attourney disclosed to People magazine in a statement: “The parties reached a mutually agreed resolution to this matter” which resulted in Stolper to “discontinue this action against Mariah Carey with prejudice, with each party to hold up under its own lawyers’ fees and costs.”
“After working together for almost three years, Mariah Carey and Stella Stolper have confirmed that it is in their common best interest to go separate ways on everyday administration,’ the announcement kept up.
‘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,’ it went on.
Mariah Carey and Stella Stolper remain accomplices in various business adventures, and will keep on supporting each other in those endeavors.’