Mariah Carey's former business manager exposed her breasts to singer's staff and urinated on an assistant, alleges cousin in lawsuit
Zarina Burbacki countersued her cousin Stella Stolper over claims that Stolper created a hostile work environment
Mariah Carey's former business manager had allegedly asked the singer's staff to let her know whether her genitals smelled or not. She also once reportedly urinated on an assistant, her cousin claims in a $155 million countersuit.
Stella Stolper sued her attorney cousin Zarina Burbacki last May and claimed that Burbacki had withheld her money and also bad mouthed her to Mariah. Stolper claimed that Burbacki had been stealing from her cousin and hid around $5 million in funds in a secret bank account which led to her getting fired. According to court papers which were filed in New York on Tuesday, Burbacki denied all the claims and allegations made against her and filed a counter lawsuit.
Burbacki has requested Stolper's suit to be dismissed and launched counterclaims against her cousin and claimed that Stolper owes her at least $155 million in damages. She claimed that Stolper would allegedly yell obscenities and would call people names like "white dog shit", "f**king Jews", "Armenian w***e", and would often use the "N word" as well as many other racial and homophobic slurs.
According to court documents, Stolper also reportedly asked the staff to "let her know if there was odor coming from her genitals because she 'was so busy that [she] didn't have time to shower'."
Burbacki further claimed that Stolper even "tackled" an assistant once and "began urinating on her". There was also an incident when she would ask the staff to babysit her daughters while she would have sex in another room.
The lawsuit also talks about how Stolper would engage in inappropriate sexual conversations and also sexual contact with Mariah Carey's staffers. Stolper allegedly told men that her heels "are bigger than [their] d**ks" and that she had "bigger balls" than anyone. The documents also state, "For example, on numerous occasions [Stolper] grabbed [Burbacki's] behind and breasts, or would use her nails to touch [Burbacki's] crotch and simulate vaginal penetration."
Burbacki also claimed that Stolper would often expose her breasts to staff members and ask whether her plastic surgeon had done a good job. There were several other incidents which Burbacki says destroyed the work environment including a time when she and her husband met Stolper while at her room in the Beverly Hills Hotel and Stolper "was sitting on top of a blood-soaked comforter with menstrual blood all over the white covering."
Burbacki added that she never complained about Stolper as she was "fearful [she] would get them fired if they tried to say anything."
In Stolper's lawsuit, she claims that in 2017 "Burbacki made false and defamatory statements to entertainment industry personnel that [Stopler] was stealing from [Mariah Carey], improperly structuring deals to take a bigger cut of the revenue from the deal, and was hiding those ''stolen'' funds in a secret bank account. Burbacki falsely represented this secret bank account had $5 million in it."
She then reported these "falsities" to Mariah Carey directly in October in 2017 and Stolper was fired around three weeks later.