Da Brat’s bankruptcy case just got a little more complicated. According to The Blast, ex-NFL cheerleader Shayla Stevens — the woman suing Da Brat for breaking a champagne bottle over her head in 2007 — is demanding to see Da Brat’s financial records.

One of Da Brat’s creditors reportedly wants to know if Mariah Carey has been supporting her financially over the past couple of years.

On October 19, Stevens reportedly filed new legal docs seeking information involving Carey, Jermaine Dupri, the reality television show Growing Up Hip Hop in Atlanta, Dish Nation, The Rickey Smiley Morning Radio Show, Sony Music and other possible income venues.

The So So Def rapper reportedly owes Stevens $8,155,731, which is the $6 million judgement plus interest. Stevens wants the court to allow her to dissect Da Brat’s financial records next month.

Da Brat filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy with assets totaling $108,700.65 and liabilities totaling $7,782,249.57. Her monthly income is $9,319 but her expenses total $10,506.55 a month.

The veteran Hip Hop artist won a small victory in court earlier this month when a judge agreed not to throw her in jail for not paying the judgement. Da Brat argued it would be impossible to make the money to pay Stevens if incarcerated.