Earlier today we reported that Mariah Carey's former manager Stella Bulochnikov Stolper was gearing up to file a lawsuit against the singer.
Sources tell TMZ that Stolper's lawsuit "involves a huge amount of money" which she claims the superstar has yet to pay her.
Carey hired Stopler, who had previously been a standup comedian, in 2013.
Mariah has reportedly called the allegations "baseless". She's a TV producer. Carey had claimed the shows were canceled because of problems with the promoters, but our sources say that Mariah was "in no shape to perform" and was in a awful manic state.
During their time together, Stella is also believed to have helped Mariah through her split with Australian fiance James Packer.
But Elusive Chanteuse dropped Stolper like a hot potato in November 2017 when she signed to JAY-Z's Roc Nation.
Stolper, a former comedian, became Carey's manager in 2013 and served in that role until a year ago when they parted ways when Carey signed with Roc Nation.
Singer Mariah Carey reveals she suffers from bipolar disorder. "It was too heavy a burden to carry and I simply couldn't do that anymore".
In a fearless interview with PEOPLE, Mariah admitted that she "lived in denial" and "constant fear of being exposed" after a 2001 diagnosis, when she was hospitalised for a physical and mental breakdown. "I've been hard at work, feeling inspired by each of your stories and uplifted by your overwhelming support", she posted on Saturday, alongside a picture of herself at a photoshoot.
"I got back to doing what I love - writing songs and making music", the mother-of-two said.