The legal war between Mariah Carey and her former manager has finally come to an end. As RadarOnline.com has learned, the pop diva has settled the sexual harassment lawsuit filed by Stella Bulochnikov back in April.
According to court documents obtained by The Blast, Bulochnikov has agreed to "discontinue this action against Mariah Carey with prejudice, with each party to bear its own attorneys' fees and costs."
“Stella did, indeed, settle with Mariah and she is very pleased with the outcome," a source close to the manager told RadarOnline.com. "She got everything that she wanted."
The settlement news comes months after the "We Belong Together" singer denied Bulochnikov's claims of sexual misconduct.
After the two split ways in November 2017 following three years working together, Bulochnikov slammed Carey, 48, saying she had violated their employment contract by abusing drugs and walking around naked in her presence. She also claimed the star owed her millions in commissions but refused to pay her.
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In turn, Carey's team shared a statement saying Bulochnikov never had an official contract and was simply let go from her position for failing to do her job.
Weeks later, when Carey revealed her bipolar II disorder, Bulochnikov put her on blast for allegedly having an epic mental breakdown in 2016 and landing herself in involuntary 5150 psychiatric hold.
And though for a while it seemed like the bad blood between the two could never be erased, court documents show that — at least on paper — their legal battle is over.
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