Mariah Carey is reportedly being sued for sexual harassment and breach of contract by her former manager, who was once one of her closest friends and confidantes.
According to the Daily Mail, the singer's former manager Stella Bulochnikov has put Mariah's lawyers on notice that they plan to file a lawsuit against Mariah, 48, for breach of contract.
In the impending lawsuit TMZ reports that Bulochnikov also claims Mariah was "constantly naked in front of her", and the star's alleged nudity is termed "sexual harassment".
Mariah's camp strongly denied the claims, terming them "baseless".
Stella is also accusing the star of a violation of the US Civil Rights Act, a Violation of the Fair Employment and Housing Act. According to TMZ Bulochnikov had a three-year contract and was terminated in the middle of this.
The website claims a "huge amount of money" is being sought for missed payments as well as the aforementioned breaches.
"Mariah owes Stella tens of millions in commission," a source in Stella's camp told DailyMail.com.
According to Forbes, Mariah earned $27m in 2015, the year she signed with Stella.
"She made next to nothing the year before that," the insider said, adding Mariah had earned around $100m in her three years with Stella.
Mariah hired Bulochnikov, a former stand-up comedian, in 2013 as part of a huge team shake-up. They were considered "inseparable" for around four years, but Mariah and Bulochnikov parted ways around a year ago.
A rep for Mariah said: "If this frivolous and baseless claim is filed, we will defend against it vigorously and successfully."