Mariah Carey sued by her own sister over her bestseller memoir book

R&B superstar Mariah Carey is facing a lawsuit from her own estranged sister. As the legal documents, that were obtained by TMZ report, the singer is sued for at least $1.25 million, as her sister claims she suffered emotional distress from allegations about her in Carey’s New York Times-bestselling memoir The Meaning of Mariah Carey.

As it’s reported in the documents, Alison Carey says her mega-star sister never gave her a chance to respond to the claims there were made in the book, nor did she present any evidence to back up the accusations of abuse, on which Alison disputes.

“I gave her Valium, I tried to pimp her out, and threw a cup of boiling hot tea on her causing third-degree burns.” writes Mariah in her book. At that time her sister was 12 years old.

Mariah family are heading back to court again. Just last year, Alison Carey sued their own 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.”