The singer won her settlement claiming the 2016 split was a big “inconvenience.”

It looks like Mariah Carey was on her way to say “I Do” for the third time in 2016 when she was engaged to billion dollar investor James Packer.


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As quick as the news spread on the engagement came news that the two abruptly called it quits. Since then the diva was looking for a $50 million settlement stating tPacker owed her an “inconvenience fee.” No lie!

Instead, ET reports that Carey received a settlement between $5-$10 million from the Australian tycoon. To add, Carey’s reported net worth is $500 million.

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Source: Entertainment Tonight