Singer Mariah Carey sues former executive assistant

Artist Mariah Carey on Wednesday sued her previous collaborator for breaking a nondisclosure understanding, carelessness and burglary, as indicated by court records. 

Carey, one of the world's top-rated artists with 200 million records sold and hits including "We Belong Together," is looking for at any rate $3 million in harms from Lianna Azarian and a controlling request to keep her previous right hand from further breaking the nondisclosure understanding, as indicated by papers documented in New York State Supreme Court. 

Azarian worked for Carey from March 2015 through November 2017 as an official aide, court records appeared. 

Attorneys for Carey did not quickly react to demands for input. Azarian did not promptly react to demands for input. 

Stimulation site provided details regarding Wednesday that Azarian had covertly recorded Carey and compromised to discharge "humiliating" recordings except if the pop star paid up to $8 million. Reuters was not promptly ready to affirm those subtleties.

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