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Mariah Carey’s sister Asks Her for Money after Not Speaking for 4 Years

Mariah Carey’s sister Asks Her for Money after Not Speaking for 4 Years

If you have brothers or sisters, chance are you had fights and squabbles that led to periods of giving each other the cold shoulder. But Mariah Carey’s sister says she hasn’t talked to her in four years, now she’s begging Mariah for help.

Estranged sister Alison Carey recently contacted Star Magazine for an exclusive interview in hopes of reaching out to Mariah for financial help.  Alison met with the magazine to shed more light on her problems that she says is bad. She says she had no money for Christmas presents or even for a tree for her children. She’s behind on the rent and food has been hard to keep on the table.

Alison says she last spoke to Mariah four years ago in a phone conversation. She describes Mariah as a loving aunt who cared about her nieces and nephews, but not in recent years. Alison says “They were so happy — and then she just disappeared. They miss her and don’t understand why she cut them off.”

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