So, picture this. I'm a nanny.
I work for Mariah Carey and Nick Cannon. I work for over 100 hours a week and they never paid me overtime (Opportunity). I then continue to work for them, and then I'm fired when it is revealed that I am too affectionate with their children (Opportunity).
And then I watch them publically break up and say all sorts of mean things to each other and they go back and forth with lawyers, journalists and even friends involved. (Opportunity)
Instead, I pass on all of these opportunities to speak up and make it explicitly clear that I have been wronged by the Carey-Cannon family, and I wait several months to file my lawsuit and speak to the media.
Can we see how this doesn't make sense?
Either way, Simonette Da Costa, Carey and Cannon's
ex-gold digger ex-nanny is filing a lawsuit against the divorced couple as she finally attempts to seek justice. For events that happened almost two years ago.
Er, I don't really know what her chances are, but I wish her the best of luck as she takes on Hollywood superstars to try and get a penny from them. And just in case you wondered if Carey gave a damn about this whole thing, here's her take on nannies:
Unfortunately I have to have nannies but I'm very hands-on. I fire nannies like this. And I hate doing it, but I have to if they try to make themselves more important in the baby's mind than me.'