Don't know if some of you remember this,but back in 2000, Mariah Carey's older sister, Alison, a mother of 4 sold an unflattering story about the singer and their family to the National Enquirer and also tried to write a tell-all book about Mariah.
The story she sold to the National Enquirer about Mariah as you can imagine was a very bad and
unflattering one.No surprise there because the National Enquirer does not but good stories do they?
Now Alison, interestingly,who back then said she became a drug addicted HIV positive prostitute because she was low on cash, is begging Mariah to let bygones be bygones and let her back into her life. She wrote her famous sibling, who has since cut her off, an open letter via Star magazine.The funny thing is,in the open letter ,she said Mariah can trust her.Tryst her? What is she on? Trust her after you sold her down the toilet in the worst possible soft cell magazine possible.
I understand that she was preyed on,she was a drug addict and was preyed on by the National Enquirer, a really disgusting thing to do.Everyone knows an addict would do anything when they need a fix,and that's what happened.She probably burnt the money received in less than a week on drugs!
Now should Mariah accept her back into her life? What if she goes down the drug route again and the same thing happens? It is a tough one..its hard to trust again once it has been broken!
In an open letter published by Star Magazine Alison pleads,
It’s hard not having you in my life. You’re irreplaceable. Not because you’re Mariah Carey, but because you’re my baby sister, the only one I’ll even have.
Yes, I could use your help, but outside of making a better life for my children, I’m not in this for what I can get. And I would be one of the few people that you could count on to tell you the truth, which is what I’ve always done for you. You need someone you could trust.
Of course I love you. I’ve always loved you. I just wish that we could let the past be the past and start over from here. I’ve done things that are wrong, but let me show you who I am today – who I can be for you, Mariah, as a sister.