Melissa Rivers is feeling the love in this obviously emotional time.
Here's what she posted on the late comedienne's Facebook page:
We hope things work out better with this nanny!
And she's apparently got one!
A nanny arrived at the singer's Brentwood home, and she looked ready to go!
Hopefully Alanis will allow this nanny to leave when she wants to, and won't be kept hostage inside the house like the former nanny allegedly was!
Whether or not, any of that is true, we just hope this nanny has a better experience!
Oh, Twitter, you’ve made it so easy for everyone to say their peace!
Alanis Morissette and her husband Mario Treadway were recently accused by her former nanny, Bianca Cambeiro, of holding her hostage, not paying her overtime, and alleged that she worked under cruel conditions while taking care of Alanis' son Ever.
Well, the singer is obviously not happy and is ready to do battle. So, what does she do? She took to Twitter to make a cryptic statement to her fans.
And she thought her home birth was painful!!!
Alanis Morissette and her husband Mario Treadway are being sued by their former nanny who says she was forced to work in harsh conditions!
Bianca Cambeiro, who was employed by the couple from August 2011 to March 2013, is citing one particular night where she worked a 12 hour shift looking after baby Ever.
According to the lawsuit, she was not allowed to leave the room or even take a break to eat unless Alanis or Mario was in the room or the daytime nanny showed up, and is essentially saying she was held hostage.
Bianca is also saying she missed out on more than $30,000 in overtime payments, but she's suing for a whopping $100,000 saying she also suffered from emotional distress!
The singer has yet to speak out about the lawsuit, but c'mon Alanis. You Oughta Know it's NOT okay to hold someone against their will!!
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Life is all smiles for this woman now, but it wasn't always that way!
Alanis Morissette says the experience of delivering her baby boy Ever at home without any drugs was the most excruciating experience of her life.
And yet — she has no regrets!!!
Here's what she said:
"The experience was beyond pain. It was a transcendental experience. I just went to this whole other world. I basically had to be the little soldier that I am and really focus on this new beautiful creature coming out of me. I would do it again.And in the same breath, it wasn't the easiest experience of my life."
Wow!!! We can't even imagine what Alanis was going through in that painful sounding experience!
But pain is of course fleeting, and it definitely seems like she's had way better experiences since then with her baby boy!
Although we have noticed she hasn't had a baby since then, so maybe she's not too eager to have another home delivery anytime soon!
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Yeah, we see you guuurl!!
Alanis Morissette was spotted at LAX on Sunday with her family, and before she checked in for her flight, she made sure everyone knew she meant business!
The Thank You songstress held onto her son, Ever Imre as she walked to meet her hubby, Mario Treadway, and we can't get over how CUTEz her little munchkin is.
Miz Morissette's cupcake definitely took after her husband, which is completely ok because he's one good looking man!!
Ch-ch-check out Alanis and her baby (above)!
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Alanis Morissette my be Uninvited, but she's going anyway!
The You Oughta Know singer was spotted at LAX Thursday with her husband Mario Treadway and son, ready to take off for parts unknown.
And speaking of airport hangars, little Ever clung for dear life as Mommy carried him through the terminal.
Ever is totally frikkin' ADORBZ! We're so glad Alanis wasn't on the Jagged Little Pill!
We hope having him around helps with Mom's depression. We know seeing him cheers us up!
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It may be hard for some people to empathize with celebrities since they seem to have it all, but many stars deal with everyday with common struggles.
Take Alanis Morissette for example and her postpartum depression.
Here's what she said about it: