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Mariah Carey Is Getting Millions For Failed Engagement To James Packer + Philando Castile’s Girlfriend Awarded $800,000 Settlement

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Mariah Carey and Philando Castile's girlfriend Diamond Reynolds have reach settlements in their respective cases. And they're gonna raise an eyebrow.  Deets inside...

Mariah Carey may not have received the $50 million she was gunning for from her ex-billionaire fiancé James Packer, but she still got paid.

According to The Blast, Mimi and James reached a settlement agreement a few months ago where he paid her between $5 and $10 million. You’ll recall, the twosome was engaged from January to October 2016.

Not only that, she reportedly gets to keep her $10 million engagement ring.

So why did the Grammy winner end up getting paid for a failed relationship? She argued that she uprooted her life to move to L.A. to be with the wealthy businessman.

There was also an alleged incident where James allegedly did something to one of her assistants while vacationing on a yacht in Greece. Apparently, the incident resulted in her having to cancel some dates on her South American tour, costing her to lose coins.

She’s going to need that money too. Mimi has been canceling shows on her Christmas tour.

We’re sure she’ll be enjoying that coinage with her boy toy Bryan Tanaka. Vacay anyone?

In other news..

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No amount of money will bring Philando Castile back. But, considering all that his girlfriend Diamond Reynolds had to go through, she has been awarded hundreds of thousands of dollars to make her and her daughter’s life a little better.

Diamond has received $800,000 in settlements. Her 32-year-old school cafeteria supervisor fiance was killed by Officer Jeronimo Yanez on July 6, 2016 after he asked to see his license and registration. Diamond and her four-year-old daughter were inside the car when he was fatally shot. Officer Yanez was later acquitted on all charges.

Here’s how the money will be distributed:

Reynolds, who was in the car with Castile and her four-year-old daughter at the time of the shooting, will receive $675,000 from the city of St. Anthony, Minn., with an additional $125,000 from the city of Roseville and the League of Minnesota Cities Insurance Trust.

Reynolds and her daughter, who were not physically injured, claimed emotional distress and false arrest in connection the shooting.

A portion of the funds will be placed into a trust for her daughter’s education, according to a press release issued by St. Anthony.

This news comes after Philando’s mother reached a $3 million settlement with St. Anthony.

Photos: Wire/AP

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