Aaron Carter, singer and brother of Backstreet Boys member Nick Carter, dies at 34

Aaron Carter, singer and younger brother of Backstreet Boys star Nick Carter, He died this Saturday at the age of 34.

A source confirmed to ‘The Hollywood Reporter’ the news that was first published by the US media ‘TMZ’. A spokesperson for the Los Angeles Police Department told The Hollywood Reporter that a suspicious death occurred at Carter’s address.

Sump started as a telenonero for the Backstreet Boys on tour in 1997, and his debut album, ‘Aaron Carter’, was released later that year, achieving gold record status.

His next album, ‘Aaron’s Party (Come and Get It)’, was released in September 2000 and went triple platinum. It included the singles ‘I Want Candy’, ‘Aaron’s Party (Come Get It)’ and ‘That’s How I Beat Shaq’.

Carter has also done acting work, appearing in such series as “Lizzie McGuire” and making his Broadway debut in 2001 as JoJo in “Who in Seussical the Musical.”

The singer had previously alcohol addiction problems and medications. He was also diagnosed schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, manic depression, and anxiety. “This is my reality. I have nothing to hide », she acknowledged in an interview in 2019.

As recently as September, the singer revealed that he had “voluntarily” checked into a halfway house program to try to regain custody of his son, Prince, who is now 11 months old.

Carter had previously said that he was seeking help to control the “triggers” that made him want to smoke marijuana, and also admitted that he took Xanax as part of a “regulated medication” plan to keep him “clean from inhaling dust.”

Then, just a few days ago, the police stopped him for driving under the influence of alcohol, according to ‘TMZ’. This was not the first time he had been in trouble with the law. In 2017, the singer was arrested on marijuana possession charges in Georgia.

His sister Leslie died in 2012 from an overdose of medication she was taking to treat depression. Her own mother confessed that she had a long history of mental illness.

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Aaron Carter, singer and brother of Backstreet Boys member Nick Carter, dies at 34