Mariah Carey reveals bipolar disorder

Mariah Carey reveals bipolar disorder

Singer Mariah Carey has been sued by a former manager and confidant Stella Stopler over a raft of allegations including breach of contract, unjust enrichment and breach of fiduciary duty.

Mariah revealed that her bipolar II diagnosis, dated back to 2001, during a self-admitted stay in the hospital where she received treatment for a breakdown that initially was claimed to be caused by stress.

According to TMZ, Stella will also be suing Mariah for sexual harassment.

Mariah has reportedly called the allegations "baseless".

Fans have been incredibly supportive and have sent endless words of encouragement to Mariah since she came forward about her diagnosis on Wednesday.

Reps for Mariah told Metro.co.uk: 'Stella Bulochnikov was terminated from employment as Mariah¹s manager due to failure to perform her job effectively and ill-serving her client.

Mariah Carey on Her Battle with Bipolar Disorder

This is when she is understood to have dropped Stella from her immediate team.

Carey fired Bulochnikov last fall when she was offered a deal with Roc Nation.

An unnamed source told Page Six that month: 'She is getting legitimate people, assistants, a lawyer, and Stella is not happy about it'.

O'Donnell points to Mariah's infamous New Year's Eve meltdown - where she blamed her disastrous performance on equipment malfunction.

Mariah Carey is thanking fans for their "overwhelming" support after she recently revealed that she has been suffering from bipolar disorder for almost two decades. "It's not making me feel too exhausted or sluggish or anything like that".

She said, "I didn't want to believe it". Until recently, I lived in denial and isolation and in constant fear someone would expose me.

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