According to court documents that ET obtained, Mariah Carey details her account of sister's actions in a chapter titled "Dandelion Tea", writing, "When I was 12 years old, my sister drugged me with Valium, offered me a pinky nail full of cocaine, inflicted me with third-degree burns, and tried to sell me out to a pimp".
Last September, the "Always Be My Baby" singer published the book called "The Meaning of Mariah Carey", alleging that older sister Alison Carey drugged her when she was a kid, that her brother was physically abusive, and that one of her mom's boyfriends threatened to kill Carey and her mom for leaving him.
In legal documents that surfaced, Alison Carey is saying that Mariah did not present any evidence to back the claims made by her sister.
Mariah Carey may have skyrocketed to success, but by her own account, her home life wasn't a reflection of her smooth path to fame.
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Alison-who is representing herself in the case-reportedly suffers from trauma herself from the alleged abuse she endured at the hands of their mother, who she says subjected her to satanic rituals and sexual activity when she was young. Do you think her sister is entitled to compensation?
Alison states that there isn't proof of these claims and that they were both abused by their mother. Now, Alison is suing Mariah for "intentional infliction of vast emotional distress".
Last year, Alison sued their mother Patricia Carey for sexual abuse, claiming that she "allowed and encouraged" strangers "to engage in sexual acts" with her when she was "approximately 10 years of age".
A lawyer and reps for Carey did not immediately return requests for comment.