Mariah Carey reached a settlement with her ex-assistant who has been blackmailing her.

According to the new court papers, as reported by Fox News, Carey settled the $3 million lawsuit she originally filed in 2019.

Through Manhattan Supreme Court Justice Andrew Borrok, the case Carey filed against her former assistant Lianna "Azarian" Shakhnazarian has been closed out.

The Wednesday decision did not reveal the exact terms of the settlement. Even Carey's lawyer declined to reveal more details.

The "Always Be My Baby" hitmaker alleged that Shaknazarian recorded her embarrassing personal activities of her secretly. The ex-assistant also captured "intimate" videos of her before threatening to publicize them if the pop star would not give her $8 million.

Meanwhile, Carey said that the ex-assistant violated the non-disclosure agreement she signed in 2015 upon her hiring.

Mariah Carey's Legal Battles

Before putting an end to the recent lawsuit, Carey herself faced the same fate inflicted by her own older brother.

In March, Morgan Carey filed the lawsuit in New York Supreme Court, blasting the singer for creating lies about him in her memoir "The Meaning of Mariah Carey."


He ultimately pointed out the "false and defamatory" statements Carey wrote, specifically the part when she described her brother as someone manipulative and violent.

Upon the book's release in September 2020, he reportedly suffered from major losses as they damaged his reputation and business affairs.

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The same lawsuit clarified that Morgan does not want any amount for the damages. Instead, he wants her to "undo the damage" the book caused him by saying that the content is false.

"Her attempt to falsely characterize plaintiff as equally violent as their father, and her subsequent commentary on police relations with Black people was only the beginning of defendant Mariah Carey's desperate attempt to vilify plaintiff, play the victim card and curry favor with the Black Lives Matter movement," the suit said, as quoted by USA Today.

Morgan insisted that he was never asked to verify the content nor approved them before the publication. Meanwhile, their sister, Alison Carey, also filed a suit against the singer. She demanded $1.25 million for the emotional distress caused by the book, as well.

She also claimed that their mother abused her when she was 10 and made her watch NSFW content.

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