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Mariah Carey's Ex-Assistant Claims Manager Abused Her As Diva Watched!

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Jan. 17 2019, Updated 6:15 p.m. ET

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Hours after Mariah Carey filed a lawsuit against her former assistant, an enraged Lianna Azarian responded with her own complaint.

The staffer claimed the pop diva not only physically abused her, but also turned a blind eye when former manager Stella Bulochnikov allegedly urinated on her and repeatedly called her racist names.

According to documents filed late Wednesday, Jan. 16, Azarian alleged she was "subjected to severe, pervasive, sexual, derogatory, offensive, physically abusive and outrageous conduct" by Bulochnikov from the fall of 2015 until she was terminated by the singer on November 2017.

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During that time, Azarian alleged Bulochnikov battered her by slapping her breasts and butt, and on multiple occasions, held her to the ground and urinated on her in front of others. Azarian also alleged Bulochnikov spewed racial slurs at her, even calling her "a f**king Armenian whore," and a "f**king n**ger."

"Defendant Carey also committed acts of physical and emotional/psychological abuse against Plaintiff," the complaint alleged. "The above conduct was severe, pervasive and performed by Bulochnikov in her position as Plaintiff's supervisor on a consistent and repeated basis throughout Plaintiff's employment with Defendants, which fostered and created a hostile work environment."

Azarian is suing Carey, Bulochnikov and other of the diva’s staffers for sexual harassment, racial discrimination, sexual battery, wrongful termination, intentional infliction of emotional distress, breach of oral contract, and other claims.

In her complaint — which has yet to be officially approved by the Los Angeles Superior Court — Azarian claimed she was required to live at Carey's home during her employment. She said that while she lived at the mansion, she was battered by the songstress and suffered multiple physical injuries which caused her "great pain."

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The former assistant also said she sought medical attention for her physical pains, and professional help for the mental and emotional abuse she allegedly suffered at the hands of Carey and Bulochnikov.

Aside from the times when Bulochnikov allegedly held her down and urinated on her, Azarian said the manager would tackle her to the ground and place objects under her breasts, including iPhones, the T.V. remote control and utensils.

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Azarian also claimed Bulochnikov repeated offensive, sexual and derogatory comments about her Armenian heritage, allegedly saying, "Look at that fat Armenian a**… move your fat Armenian a**!"

Carey, meanwhile, claimed in her own lawsuit that Azarian attempted to extort $8 million from her and used her credit cards to buy expensive clothes, purses and other items. The singer said her former assistant even threatened to publicly release intimate videos of her. In her complaint, also filed on Wednesday, Carey's attorneys said Azarian violated a non-disclosure agreement by showing the intimate videos of her to co-workers and family members.

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