Mariah says she later learned Azarian had been filming her "personal activities, which would be "embarrassing", plus professionally and personally damaging to a major level, if made public. Carey claims Azarian showed a portion of the videos to her friends, saying she'd use them, if ever fired.
Mariah says Azarian was being paid as much as $327,000 per year, and when she terminated her in Nov. 2017, the blackmail began. Azarian demanded $8,000,000 or she would release the videos plus damaging info.
Carey is demanding Azarian turn over the videos and info to her, and seeks $3,000,000 in damages. Azarian refuses.
Meanwhile, Mariah's "Caution World Tour" stops at The Pavilioin at Toyota Music Factory in Irving, Wed. Feb. 27.