Aaron Carter died at the age of 34, know who is behind all this

Pop artist Aaron Carter, who debuted with his eponymous debut album in 1997 when he was only nine years old and was the younger brother of Backstreet Boys member Nick Carter, passed away on Saturday. He had reached the ripe old age of 34.

Taylor Helgeson, Carter’s manager at Big Umbrella Management, has verified his death. Carter’s management and family are preparing a statement.

The death of Carter, who lived in the 42000 block of Valley Vista Drive, was reported to authorities at 10:58 a.m., and Deputy Alejandra Parra of the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department verified that police were headed to the scene. Parra said that “a dead individual” was discovered in the residence, however, the identification of the body had not yet been established. The investigation continues and the team is still there.

After opening for the Backstreet Boys in 1997, Carter was able to get a record deal and launch his music career. In December 1997, his first studio album, which included the single “Crush on You,” was certified gold and propelled him into the limelight.

Aaron’s Party (Come and Get It), Carter’s second album, was released in 2000. The album went triple platinum because of the success of songs like “That’s How I Beat Shaq” and “I Want Candy,” and it led to Carter, then only a teenager, opening shows for Britney Spears and the Backstreet Boys. The actress has guest starred on several Nickelodeon and Disney Channel shows, including Lizzie McGuire and All That!

After 2001’s “Oh Aaron,” 2002’s “Another Earthquake!” arrived. Carter also played Jojo in the Broadway version of “Seussical the Musical,” and he and his siblings participated in the short-lived reality series “House of Carters” on E!

Carter was a participant in the ninth season of “Dancing With the Stars” In 2016, he released the song “Fool’s Gold,” and in 2018, his fifth studio album, titled “Love,” was released.

In a 2019 interview with Entertainment Tonight after a DUI arrest, Carter revealed that he had been diagnosed with several mental health concerns, adding fuel to the fire of his already raging public feud. Nick, his brother, got a restraining order against him a few weeks later.

To win back custody of his 10-month-old son, Prince, Carter checked into treatment in September for the sixth time. His ex-wife, Melanie Martin, and he had custody of their children taken away because of his violent past and her drug use.

It was my decision to join the course. As he said at the time, “this will be my sixth time in rehabilitation, mostly to take care of aftercare.” No recurrences have occurred. Not that I’ve relapsed or anything, but triggers are a significant deal for me right now. So, you see, I simply want my kid back.

Carter was born on December 7, 1987, in Tampa, Florida. He has an elder brother, Nick, and three sisters: Angel, B.J., and Leslie.

Carter’s son, Prince, will carry on the family name.

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