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August 08, 2020
Mariah Carey's sister, Alison Carey, 57, has filed a summons with notice naming her mother Patricia as a defendant. She is pictured above in 2016

The troubled sister of Mariah Carey has filed a summons with notice naming her mother as a defendant, claiming she was sexually assaulted as a child, causing her to misuse drugs to suppress the 'horrific memories'.

Alison Carey, 57, has accused her mom, Patricia, of allowing and encouraging adult men to 'engage in sexual acts' when she was just 10 years old in a document filed in February.

According to the summons with notice filed with the New York Supreme Court and seen by, Alison alleges that as well as enduring her own abuse, she was also forced to watch other youngsters being abused 'during middle-of-the-night satanic worship meetings that included ritual sacrifices'.

The document does not provide any details or proof of the allegations.

Alison, 57, is known to have once worked as a prostitute and is HIV positive. She is believed to have lost all of her teeth and is now desperate to get money to have them fixed.

She is estranged from her superstar sister Mariah and their mother, an Irish-American former singer with the Metropolitan Opera.

She filed the summons with notice about her allegations earlier this year but no further complaint has been made.

Alison is representing herself in the case.

The summons reveals more wild claims about the events that Alison claims she witnessed during what would have been the early 1970s.

In the document, she says her mother allowed the men to engage in 'sexual acts including forcible touching and sexual assault in the first degree'.

The legal document, filed under the Child Victims Act which temporarily waives the statute of limitations in underage-sex cases, states that the identities of the men allegedly involved are presently unknown.

A timeline for the alleged abuse is also not given.

In the summons, Alison claims that as a result of what she witnessed and endured, she has been diagnosed with post-traumatic stress disorder, anxiety and depression which in turn put her on a downward spiral of drug abuse 'in an attempt to suppress the horrific memories'.

She also notes that the trauma she felt meant she had to undergo extensive professional counseling.

'Plaintiff now demands compensatory money damages for immense psychological and physical damage, mental pain and anguish and intentional infliction of severe emotion distress,' the suit states.

The document said that Patricia Carey had 20 days to respond to the complaint if she was served with the summons. The document does not indicate whether Patricia Carey has been served with the legal papers, and no complaint has been filed.

According to Page Six, Patricia is yet to respond to the claims and a lawyer for her is not listed.

In a previous interview in 2018, Alison Carey claimed that a family member used to take her to occult gatherings in the early hours of the morning where she was abused by cloaked worshippers.

'Terrible things would happen - things that a child should never see,' she said.

'I was sexually abused there. They told me that if I didn't do what they told me or if I told them what was going on they would harm Mariah.'

In 2016, Carey was found to be working as a prostitute out of a hotel in Saugerties, Ulster County, in Upstate New York when she was caught in a sting operation by police.

According to cops Carey was advertising herself online using her multi-millionaire pop star sister's lyrics.

Carey was described by authorities as a 'transient' but had reportedly been offering her services out of the hotel for a week.

The summons against her mother still lists Ulster County as her place of residence.

Soon after the event, Carey spoke directly to her sister in a video recorded by The Daily Mail, asking the pop star - who is worth an estimated $520million - for financial support.

As well as struggling with HIV, the recovering drug addict was also reportedly left with brain and spine injuries after a devastating home invasion attack in 2015.

In the video, she begged her sister singer, with whom she hadn't spoken with since a huge falling out in 1991: 'Mariah I love you, and I desperately need your help, please don't abandon me like this.'

She also said that she had worked as a prostitute in New York City before Mariah Carey became famous, in order to clothe her family.

Mariah has not publicly commented on her sister's allegations.

The singer is set to release her autobiography next month named 'The Meaning of Mariah Carey'.

'This book is composed of my memories, my mishaps, my struggles, my survival and my songs,' she stated in a letter announcing the book in July.

'Writing this memoir was incredibly hard, humbling and healing. My sincere hope is that you are moved to a new understanding, not only about me, but also about the resilience of the human spirit.'


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