Her traumatic brain injury came as a result of an unsolved home invasion in 2015, resulting in short-term memory loss and permanent damage to her right eye.

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Alison Carey has sued Mariah Carey for $1.25 million claiming the singer "intentionally causing her immense emotional distress" with her 2020 memoir "The Meaning of Mariah Carey."

In a two-page complaint filed Monday in New York Supreme Court, Alison complains that Mariah humiliated her "heartless, vicious, vindictive, despicable and totally unnecessary" in the book, as reported by Billboard.

Alison says that in the chapter titled "Dandelion Tea," Mariah reveals serious accusations against her. In the book, Mariah claims her sister gave her Valium when she was 12 and threw a cup of boiling hot tea on her; Alison disputes these claims.



Instead, she accuses Mariah of humiliating and embarrassing her. Alison says the highly sensational allegations are being repeated and published throughout the world.

Alison says she is already "permanently damaged" after being forced to attend middle-of-the-night worship meetings with ritual sacrifices and sexual activity by Mariah and her mother.

Alison says she suffers from post-traumatic disorder, anxiety, and depression. Her traumatic brain injury came as a result of an unsolved home invasion in 2015, resulting in short-term memory loss and permanent damage to her right eye, she adds.



Mariah knows that Alison is penniless, but she continues to attack Alison to promote her book sales, Alison claims. She went on to say that she has already suffered unbearable trauma from her childhood and the abandonment of her own children.

Meanwhile, Billboard's request for comment on the lawsuit has yet to be replied to by Mariah's rep.







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