Mariah Carey’s lawsuit against her former assistant has finally reached its conclusion. The lawsuit accused the former assistant of trying to use secretly recorded material of the popstar to blackmail her.
The Manhattan Supreme Court Justice Andrew Borrok settled the 2019 case that the popstar had launched against her by assistant noticing that the two had reached an agreement they were both comfortable with.
While the legal representatives of both Mariah Carey and her former assistant Lianna “Azarian” Shakhnazarian were not open to disclosing the specifics of the lawsuit or providing any comments, it seems the agreement works in Carey’s favor.
The lawsuit started when the Lianna had taken to blackmailing Carey over her recorded videos which were not apt for public viewing, and demanded a whopping $8 million for herself. Lianna had also violated the Non-Disclosure Agreement she had signed on her hiring, which was in 2015.