Morgan Carey, the brother of singer Mariah Carey, filed a lawsuit for falsely painting him as a violent man in her 2020 autobiography.
Her memoir, “The Meaning of Mariah Carey”, which also has Michaela Angela Davis as its author, describes a fight between Morgan and his father that culminated in a call to the police.
Mariah recounted that it took 12 policemen to separate her brother and father. As stated in her book, “The large bodies of men, all tangled up like a hurricane, crashed loudly into the living room. I was a little girl with very few memories of an older brother protecting me. More often, I felt like I had to protect myself from him, and sometimes I also found myself protecting my mother from him.”
However, that was not the only reference he made. According to court documents obtained by TMZ, Morgan also pushed his mother against a wall. “Suddenly there was a loud, sharp noise, like an actual gunshot. My brother had pushed my mother with such force that her body slammed into the wall, making a loud cracking sound,” her book quoted.
According to Morgan, none of this is true and he believes that everything is the product of jealousy because on several occasions he heard his mother say that Morgan is the only one she loves.
In addition, he insisted that physical aggressions never existed, because there are many people who can attest to the deep affection that mother and son share.
Although neither Mariah nor her representatives have yet spoken, Morgan is determined to go to the extreme and seek justice for the emotional distress and damage caused by the smears against her.
In fact, just over a month ago, her sister Alison Carey also decided to go to court and sue Mariah for the same reason: emotional distress over the comments made in the memoirs.