Mariah Carey has yet to personally respond to accusations that she had attempted to sexually harass her former bodyguard and that she had called her security team white supremacists, among other racist labels. However, her fans, called the Lambs, couldn’t help but defend the pop diva from the stories that appear to hurt her reputation.

Just after news broke that Carey’s ex-bodyguard Michael Anello had accused her of sexually harassing him, calling him and his colleagues racist terms and failing to pay him what she owes, Lambs, collectively called the Lambily, took the time to leave comments on the “Emotions” hitmaker’s latest Instagram post to point out the inconsistencies in the allegations.

First, on the issue that Carey had sexually harassed Anello, the singer’s fans pointed out that there wasn’t any form of sexual harassment that transpired. “She called her body guard to move her luggage, and when he came in she was wearing a robe. She was in her own home wearing lounging clothes. How did she sexually harass him?” one wrote.

On the issue that the singer used racist terms to refer to her guards, a fan said that Carey isn’t the type to use racist words for she herself is mixed, born out of a relationship between a white woman and a black man. Also, the fan noted that Carey has married a white man and a black man, and her current boyfriend is Asian. Another Lamb pointed out that Carey’s dating profile would tell that she’s not racist at all for she has dated various types of guys: Italian, white, Hispanic, Black and Asian.

Some went as far as to accuse Carey’s former manager, Stella Bulochnikov, as the one who allegedly masterminded the vile accusations. “We love you Mariah. We know all of those accusations aren’t real and the snake Stella made them up,” one fan said. 

Many others simply voiced their support for Carey amid the accusations. “We are Lambily. We stand by you forever. You are strong, we are strong,” one commented.

On Wednesday, TMZ ran a story about the shocking details stated in a draft of a lawsuit that Anello is preparing against Carey. Anello — head of L.A.-based Anello Security and Consulting — claims the singer has a $220,000 unpaid invoice for the services they rendered to her. In addition, he said there’s an additional $511,000 for the two remaining years on the contract they had agreed on.

Apart from the monetary issue, Anello mentioned instances when he felt Carey was being inappropriate. For instance, he shared that Carey referred to him as a Nazi and that the songstress had labeled him and his colleagues as skinheads, KKK members and white supremacists. He even insisted that Carey really wants to “be surrounded with black guys, not white people.”

Another complaint highlighted in Anello’s draft insinuates that Carey had sexually harassed him. According to the bodyguard, Carey made an inappropriate move on him when they were in Cabo San Lucas. He claimed Carey asked him to move some luggage, but when he entered her room, she was in a provocative see-through negligee that was open. He said he wanted to leave, but Carey insisted that he move the luggage first. He then revealed that no physical contact happened between him and Carey before he left the room.

The “Touch My Body” singer’s reps have since confirmed that they were amenable to paying some invoices. They did not address the sexual harassment and racist allegations though, according to Page Six.

Mariah Carey Mariah Carey is accused of sexual harassment by her former bodyguard, Michael Anello. Pictured: The Hollywood singer being honored with a Hand and Footprint Ceremony at TCL Chinese Theatre in Hollywood, California on Nov. 1, 2017. Photo: Photo by Neilson Barnard/Getty Images