Mariah carey denies dating eminem
The threat comes after the singer's former assistant Lianna Shakhnazaryan sued Stella Bulochnikov, who managed Mariah for three years, for sexual assault.
Stella then filed a countersuit blaming Mariah for the issues with Lianna and warning that she won't hesitate to reveal the "troubling reason" why Mimi is actually at fault, according to court documents obtained by Page Six.
Slim Shady confirmed they'd once dated, telling Rolling Stone, "There's truth to that.
But on the whole personal level, I'm not really feeling it.
That July, she made headlines for a bizarre and cringe-worthy appearance on MTV's "Total Request Live" in which she stripped down in front of host Carson Daly and handed out ice cream.
Days later, after posting rambling messages on her website, Mariah checked into a hospital to seek treatment for what her rep described as "an emotional and physical breakdown." Mariah later explained to Paper magazine, "I didn't have the right support system around me at the time."On the heels of her emotional breakdown, Mariah Carey got more bad news in September 2001 when her movie "Glitter" tanked at the box office, forever tarnishing her silver-screen debut as a colossal flop.
"Should this matter proceed to trial, the full extent of Carey's role and responsibility -- including the troubling reason why she failed to control her employee -- will be laid bare."The court documents add, "For the time being, Stella will respectfully refrain from providing details."Gallery: Mariah Carey's life and career in photos In her long, celebrated career, Mariah Carey has sold more than 200 million albums, making her one of the best-selling music artists of all time.
But along with all of that great success, she's also experienced heartbreak and failure.
We're taking a look back at some of Mimi's most memorable highs and lows of the last three decades, starting with... The New York native had just turned 21 when she released her self-titled first album in June 1990. 1 singles including "Vision of Love" -- which she performed on "Saturday Night Live" that October (she's seen rehearsing for it here) -- and "Love Takes Time," Mariah firmly established herself as a musical powerhouse. Mariah Carey looked like a princess in a Vera Wang gown with a 27-foot train as she married her boss -- Sony exec Tommy Mottola -- in June 1993.
Just as Mariah Carey started to heal and rebuild, her strength was tested again in 2002.
Although she had several high points that year -- she signed a million deal with Island Records, launched her own label called Monar C, and received good reviews for her role in "Wise Girls" (although the film itself was panned) -- there were new lows too: Her father Alfred Carey died from cancer that July.