The Post quotes directly from Mottola's memoir, Hitmaker, out later this month about how little remorse he feels — nay, he feels justified:“If it seemed like I was controlling, I apologize. I seem to recall that he did not want her to do "Fantasy" with Ol' Dirty Bastard.
While I easily could believe that she was lying (and had slept with many men), R6, I also wouldn't be surprised if MC was relatively sexually repressed/frigid and her sexual experience was nothing like as suggested by her videos and public image.
He also tried sabotaging her career after their divorce.
He might have fallen in love with — and set his sights on making money from — her voice, but he very quickly turned their relationship into a sexually exploitative, controlling and emotionally abusive one.
As the Post explains, Carey had just graduated from high school and was working as a backup singer when Mottola set his sights on her, promising to make her bigger than Madonna and Michael Jackson.
The New York Post got its hands on the new memoir by music honcho Tommy Mottola and the paper's most depressing article today is a long piece detailing all the ways Mottola outlined his abuse of ex-wife and ex-employee, Mariah Carey.