TMZ is reporting that Michael's lawyer has drafted up a lawsuit, which claims the 47-year-old diva owes his company $221,329.51. In the draft of Anello's lawsuit, he described an incident in which Carey allegedly invited him into her room to get some luggage.
Carey also called Anello and his colleagues skinheads, KKK members and white supremacists, TMZ reported.
Mariah Carey appears to be the first female entertainer publicly accused of sexual harassment in the wake of the Harvey Weinstein scandal, which has seen more than 75 women accuse the producer of sexual misconduct.
The complaint is being raised after Carey failed to pay the company for services they provided and ended a two-year contract.
Anello, whose LinkedIn profile page portrays him as CEO of Los Angeles-based Anello Security and Consulting, is undermining to sue the pop star for unpaid bills in overabundance of $220,000 for work attempted between June 2015 and May 2017, as per the report. When he arrived, the "We Belong Together" songstress was wearing a sheer negligee, the claim charges.
He also claims she "wanted to be surrounded with black guys, not white people" when it came to her security team. He tried to leave but she insisted he completed the task, but he eventually got out and there was no physical contact between them.
Representatives of the singer tell TMZ.com that they have been in contact with Anellos lawyers and are prepared to settle some invoices - but they were not aware of his harassment claim.
The vocalist is blamed for acting sexually toward her previous individual security, Michael Anello. Soon after, he left the room.
He claims that not only was he subjected to verbal abuse, he was a victim of sexual harassment.
This comes on the heels of the news that Mariah split from her longtime manager Stella Bulochnikov.