Mariah Carey’s sister Alison Carey has begged her to put aside their differences and help save her life in a new video taken at her hospital bedside. In a video released by Daily Mail, the former drug addict, who is also HIV positive said;
‘Mariah I love you, and I desperately need your help, please don’t abandon me like this.’
Alison awaits brain and spine surgery and if she pulls through, faces years of physical rehabilitation and according to Mariah Carey’s brother, Morgan, Alison was institutionalized for observation after being found wandering in the street barefoot and partially dressed.
Alison once revealed she went into prostitution to feed and take care of Mariah and her siblings before Mariah found fame and wealth.
Morgan hopes Mariah who has an estimated net worth of $510 million and is engaged to Australian billionaire James Packer, will come help them.
Morgan, 55, wanted to prove Alison was lucid and had her faculties about her.
In the short clip the penniless former prostitute is spaced out and slurring her words as brother Morgan asks for her permission to have the order lifted.
Morgan says: ‘Alison, look at me, you’re Alison Carey, are you Alison Carey?’ She responds: ‘Yes’.
Morgan continues: ‘Today is September 15, 2015?’
‘Yes’, she replied.
‘[Redacted] signed a “do not resuscitate”…do you want to revoke that order?’
Morgan asked the question three times and she responded, ‘I do’, each time.
Morgan added : ‘The worst is yet to come and Mariah has it in her power to at least ensure a soft landing and avoid a life time of regret about missing this opportunity to forgive and help her only sister.’
‘I would be hopeful, although I am not encouraged by the past, that Mariah would step up because she’s in a position to step up.
‘We’re talking about small change to these people, her fiancé is a billionaire.
‘The least they could do is put Alison in a good hospital and make sure she gets the care she needs.
‘Mariah is the one person in the family who could actually make a real meaningful difference to Alison’s life.’
‘It was painful for her to speak, you could hear the raspiness in her breath, she had had a tube down her throat for so long.
‘She looked like she had been beaten down by this whole experience, her eyes were foggy, her skin jaundice and she had very little motor control.
‘Every effort, every movement was very labored and painful and difficult , but she was very much alive.
‘I wanted to be able to prove that she was lucid, that she understood who she was, where she was, what was going on around her.