Seven months after her brother and sister Mariah Carey sued her for defamation after her memoir, “The Meaning of Mariah Carey,” the singer sold her mother’s home in upstate New York and placed her in a subsidized living facility.
Carey, 51, a New Yorker, bought the home, located in North Salem, for her mother, Patricia Carey, 84, in 1994 for $419,000, records show.
The four- and three-bedroom property found a buyer in July — just three weeks after it was listed. It officially sold earlier this month for $757,444 – $250,000 more than its initial asking price.
Last year, Carrie’s mother moved to West Palm Beach, Florida. To live in an upscale home for the elderly. The house lay idle for a year before it was put up for sale in June.
A source told The Sun: “She’s moving into a nice five-star residence with the help of an assistant, where the nurses are waiting on her hand and foot, but she’s still a million miles away from anyone.”
Carrie, has a “complicated relationship” with her family, the “obsessed” singer revealed in her memoir.
The former opera singer, voice coach, and super-daughter has been away since the 2001 incident when Patricia called 911 after Carrey allegedly had a violent nervous breakdown amid a promotional tour for the box office bomb “Glitter.”
The source explained that “everything the policeman was just a jealous and energetic nature.” the sun. “Maria has never been a danger to herself or anyone else.”
She continued, “Patricia wanted the world to know that her frail daughter was falling apart, I enjoyed dropping Maria a peg or three. I would never have forgiven her, it was a bad and vengeful act.”
new help Florida facility Her mother is now described as a “luxury five-star resort for seniors”.
Rental starts at $5,400 per month and includes breakfast, dinner, all activities, fitness classes, indoor and outdoor pool, transportation, and weekly housekeeping.
dirt He was the first to report the transaction.