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    Don't Touch My Body: Mariah Carey's Bodyguard Speaks Out About Harassment

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    In the wake of the recent Hollywood scandals, a former security guard of the star accused her of sexual harassment and humiliation.

    Michael Anello, whose company provided security for Mariah Carey, plans to sue her for sexually harassing him and regularly calling him a Nazi, a skinhead, a KKK member and a white supremacist, TMZ reports.

    According to the singer's former personal bodyguard, she exposed herself to him and performed "sexual acts with the intent that they would be viewed" by him. In the draft of Anello's lawsuit, he described an incident in which Carey allegedly invited him into her room to get some luggage. When he got there, the singer was wearing an open see-through negligee. Anello said he tried to leave, but Carey refused to let him go. He said he eventually left the room and there was no physical contact.

    The singer's ex-security guard also claimed the star humiliated him and his colleagues by referring to them as members of hate groups, admitting she would prefer "to be surrounded with black guys, not white people."

    The suit is currently on hold, according to TMZ, supposedly because the sides are in settlement negotiations.


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