So You Think You Can Dance judge Mary Murphy, 54, has spoken candidly before about her troubled past. Now her ex-manager, Michael Sanchez, who's suing her for stiffing him on commissions, is doing the same, and then some.
Sanchez, who managed Murphy from 2006-2010 and is seeking $1 million, says she lived a dangerous life fueled by coke and "many inappropriate sexual relationships with So You Think You Can Dance and Chelsea Lately crew members."
Sanchez, who worked with Murphy for four years before she fired him back in '10, also claimed that the TV star fell into a bad downward spiral.
She became "increasingly self-absorbed, childish and demanding" over the years, with only Sanchez keeping her from an absolute meltdown.
Sanchez claims he once busted in to her apartment when she was unresponsive, high on drugs and in bed with a SYTYCD producer. Nice.
He also claims that the judge would often violate FOX rules and U.S. game show laws by secretly coaching contestants behind the scenes.
Oh, and she would be drunk on set during LIVE tapings and hide her booze in a Coke cup. It's not a pretty picture he's painting right here.