The lawsuit claimed that the pop star committed "sexual acts with the intent that they be viewed by Anello".
On one occasion during a trip to Cabo San Lucas, it's claimed Carey requested Anello's help with moving some luggage in her room.More news: Trump says he'll meet Putin to talk North Korea
When he arrived at her room he says she was wearing a see-through negligee that was open, and though he tried leaving she insisted he move the luggage. At this point, he left the room. He allegedly wasn't happy with the amount they came back with and the lawsuit is now on hold, presumably so the two parties can work out a settlement deal.
According to Michael Agnello, in the two years that he has worked with the diva, Mariah Carey would have regularly dealt of nazi, skinhead, supremacist white, or of a member of the Klu Klux Klan. He also says that they were promised another two years of work, amounting to a total of $511,000.
MailOnline have approached Mariah's representatives for comment. He also claims Carey "wanted to be surrounded with black guys, not white people".
Carey's people have "no information on the harassment claim".More news: Catalan saga takes new twist as Puigdemont turns himself in
Carey's team has contacted Anello's attorney and have agreed to pay invoices but Anello was not satisfied with their offer. Also, they said they do not know anything about "allegations of sexual harassment".
This comes on the heels of the news that Mariah split from her longtime manager Stella Bulochnikov.More news: Carolina Panthers trade top receiver Kelvin Benjamin to Buffalo Bills