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Mariah Carey’s Ex-Manager Claims Her Own Cousin Stole Clients!

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May 13 2018, Published 2:49 p.m. ET

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Mariah Carey’s ex-manager Stella Bulochnikov is suing her own cousin only weeks after accusing the “Honey” singer of sexual harassment last month. 

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Page Six has reported that Mariah’s former manager is seeking $85 million dollars from her own cousin, Zarina Burbacki, who she claims stole her own clients.

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The suit filed in Manhattan Supreme court alleged that Zarina was hired to do legal work but instead stole her clients.

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The lawsuit itself doesn’t specifically accuse her of stealing Mariah as a client, but it does hint at it.

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The suit claimed that Zarina went to Foxwoods Casino in Connnecticut back in October 2017 to have a “clandestine meeting” with an unnamed client of Stella’s. Mariah happened to be performing on that date (the 17th), and then it was announced weeks later that she and Stella were parting ways. 

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This comes roughly a month after Stella accused Mariah of sexual harassment, where she claimed that the pop diva was always naked in front of her and “did sexual things in her presence.”  The “Always Be My Baby” singer denied these claims.  Both stories developing..

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What are your thoughts on Stella’s new case? Sound off in the comments! 

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