Aaron Carter, (singer) dies at 34

Aaron Carter, (singer) dies at 34, The family told CNN that Aaron Carter, the younger brother of former child pop singer and Backstreet Boys Nick Carter, has passed away.

The Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department told CNN they responded to a call for help at Carter’s Lancaster, California home on Saturday at around 11 a.m. local time, where a dead man was found at the scene. He was found dead in his bathtub.

Carter, who first rose to fame as a boy with pop songs like I Want Candy and Crush on You, is survived by their 11-month-old son, Prince. Carter was best known for her roles in television shows such as Lizzie McGuire on the Disney Channel and 7th Heaven, which debuted on the WB Television Network.

He also appeared in his family’s reality series on E! Entertainment Television, House of Carters. The singer received love and support from fans and other celebrities after she came out as bisexual in 2017. It’s not a shame for me, it’s just the weight, and the burden I’ve placed on myself for a long time that I want to take away from me.

Then he told that at the age of 13, he started finding boys and girls attractive. Years passed when I thought about it, but when I was 17, after a few relationships with girls, I had an experience with a man I was attracted to, and it worked.

Aaron Carter

Aaron Carter
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The singer opened up on an episode of The Doctors in 2019 about her battle with a number of mental health issues, including multiple personality disorder, schizophrenia, acute anxiety, and manic depression.

This is my reality, with Carter holding a plastic bag of several prescription bottles in a clip displayed on the show’s Facebook page. In 2017, Carter was arrested in Georgia on suspicion of driving under the influence and possession of marijuana as he and his then-girlfriend, Madison Parker, were traveling through Habersham County.

CNN previously reported that the singer later said in interviews that he does not drink alcohol and denies that he has a drug problem. I need people to understand that I am human and I make mistakes like every human in this world, but I will never put my life or my girlfriend’s life at risk.


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