Mariah Carey Sued by Sister Over 'Public Humiliation' in Singer's Autobiography

Brenda Watkins
February 3, 2021

Carey has some words of sympathy or admiration for her sister, describing her as "deeply wounded" and "the most brilliant and broken person I have ever known", but the chapter mostly explores her allegedly being exposed to drugs or older men because of her older sister, when Mariah was 12 and Alison was 20, along with a physically debilitating encounter.

Mariah Carey's self-described "profoundly damaged" older sister has filed a lawsuit against the pop star, claiming she was publicly humiliated when Carey revealed alleged family secrets in a memoir past year.

As we previously reported, Alison claimed her mother subjected her to satanic rituals and sexual activity at a young age; allegations she previously made when she sued their mother for sexual abuse a year ago.

There is definite bad blood between Mariah Carey and her sister Alison.

The 59-year-old sister - who has previously been busted for prostitution - says she has post traumatic stress disorder, anxiety and depression because of her past.

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In new legal docs obtained by TMZ, Alison claims Mariah presented no evidence to back up the accusations of abuse in her 2020 book.

"[Carey] also callously dismisses [Alison] as her "ex" sister", the documents read. Along with that, Alison Carey alleges that their mother made her engage in sexual activity and satanic rituals at a young age. Now, she wants $1.25 million from Mariah for being responsible for her "despicable and totally unnecessary public humiliation".

Alison continued that Mariah used her "status as a public figure to attack her penniless sister", by generating "sensational" headlines about Alison to promote her book.

The singer's reps did not immediately respond to a request for comment.

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