Cannon in turn had received a call from the star's nanny, saying she found Carey "wearing a ball gown and a tiara" and sporting a Ring-Pop she claimed was given to her "from the royal family".
Carey parted company with Bulochnikov past year.
After the nanny alerted the songstress's inner circle, Mariah's team arrived with a psychiatrist, who felt that the singer needed to be hospitalized. Our sources involved with the situation claim that Mariah actually attempted to jump out of a moving vehicle on their way to the hospital.
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Mariah agreed to be treated at the Beverly Hills Hotel and, upon arrival, we're told that all sharp objects were removed from the room and a team of doctors arrived to treat the icon. Carey's high-powered friends - like Brett Ratner, who knew bigwigs at the hospital - were enlisted to help and keep the incident private and facilitate the singer getting released. Medical professionals administered intravenous fluids and medication to stabilize her. Over the course of her weeks-long stay, Mariah would allegedly walk the grounds alongside a doctor in scrubs. While he said the diagnosis was true, he claimed "the reason that she is in the position she is in now is she refused to take her medication".
Bulochnikov was sacked by Carey in November 2017.
The "Hero" hitmaker parted ways from Stella Bulochnikov in November 2017 and now the businesswoman has filed a summons in a NY court, which revealed she is planning to sue the 48-year-old singer for alleged breach of contract, violation of the U.S. Civil Rights Act, and a violation of the Fair Employment and Housing Act. Her lawyer Pierce O'Donnell further alleged to The Blast that Carey is "addicted to alcohol, prescription pills, and marijuana" and if there is no settlement, he plans to proceed with a "blockbuster exposé lawsuit".
O'Donnell points to Mariah's infamous New Year's Eve meltdown - where she blamed her disastrous performance on equipment malfunction. In it, she revealed that she was diagnosed with bi-polar disorder in 2001, but until recently refused to accept this. "Stella then became her constant guardian and protector". This is a type of mania that is less severe than the full-blown mania of bipolar I disorder, but that can still cause an intense sense of elation, mixed with hyperactivity, insomnia and irritability. News "Stella Bulochnikov was terminated from employment as Mariah's manager due to failure to perform her job effectively and ill-serving her client".