Security guard claims Mariah Carey sexually harassed him, called him a Nazi

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The owner of Mariah Carey’s former security company is threatening to sue her over sexual harassment and unpaid invoices.

Michael Anello and his lawyer have already prepared a draft of the lawsuit, which claims that during the period of time when he worked for Carey from June 2015 to May 2017, he wasn’t paid up to $221,329.51 of what he was owed. Anello also claims that he was promised another two years, which would have netted him an additional $511,000.

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In the draft of the suit, according to TMZ, Anello also claimed that Carey often humiliated him and his colleagues by referring to them as skinheads or Klansmen or Nazis or members of other hate groups, because, according to Anello, Carey “wanted to be surrounded with black guys, not white people.”

Anello also claimed that he was sexually harassed by Carey, including times when she would commit “sexual acts with the intent that they be viewed by Anello.”

At another time, Anello also claimed that he had been asked by Carey to come to her room in order to move some luggage. He said that she was in a see-through negligee, which was open, when he arrived, but she still insisted that he take the luggage.

TMZ has reported that Carey’s reps say she is willing to pay some of the invoices, but Anello is not satisfied with the amount.