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article imageMariah Carey sued for outstanding bill on vet services

By Igor I. Solar     Jun 24, 2010 in Entertainment
New York - Singer Mariah Carey is being sued in a New York court on an unpaid bill of close to $30,000, plus legal costs, for veterinary care of her three terrier dogs "ChaCha", "Dolomite" and "JJ".
Veterinarian Cindy Bressler, who was in charge of the health of the dogs owned by the Grammy Award-winning singer, filed a lawsuit in a Manhattan court on Wednesday alleging that she had provided "special services” to the pets between 31 October and 2 December, 2009. Dr. Bressler claims that the singer has paid only 8 thousand dollars out of a total bill of close to $38 thousands. The suit states that she
"…performed work, labor and services on the defendant's canines . . . at the agreed price and reasonable value of $37,790.32, which sum the defendant agreed to pay."
A spokesman for the singer said that she "has not received information about the lawsuit."
The singer often travels with all three terriers. She recently took them with her to Puerto Rico for her birthday celebration. Mariah also frequently refers to her dogs in her tweets, talking about them receiving swimming lessons, “going to the bathroom” on the floor of her dressing room or stealing her panties. She has also mentioned in another posting on Tweeter that ChaCha and JJ had a baby, named “Jackie Lambchops”.
Mariah has earned five Grammy Awards and sold more than 175 million albums, singles and videos worldwide, becoming the best-selling female artist of all-time.
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