The late rapper was trying to get his son back
Former child star Aaron Carter passed away at the age of 34 on Saturday, November 4. The rapper and singer, recently, expressed his desire to regain custody of his son. Keep reading for the full story.
singer and actor Aaron Carter His family confirmed in a statement that he was found dead on Saturday (November 5) at his home in Lancaster, California. TMZ was the first to report the news. The cause of death has not been established, but according to the director, “His body was found in his bathtub.” He was 34 years old.
Carter first gained fame as a pop star in the 1990s. He released his first self-titled LP in 1997, He then garnered commercial success with his subsequent albums such as “Aaron’s Party”, which earned Triple Platinum; “Ya Aaron” which went platinum; And his double platinum LP “Another Earthquake”.
Burt the Sun, came the family statement: “The family has been notified and will be traveling to Los Angeles. Aaron worked hard until the end of his life in recoveryTo be a good father and to atone with his family.” Here, check out more about his family, including his son, Prince.
Who is Aaron Carter’s brother?
Carter was the younger brother of Backstreet Boys star Nick Carter. He opened up to a boy band in the ’90s, and gained traction. The singer also has two sisters, twins Angel and Leslie, who died in 2012 at the age of 25 from an overdose of prescription medications.
Aaron Carter’s son and his relationship with Melanie Martin
Carter shared an 11-month-old son, Princewith his ex-girlfriend Melanie Martin. In September, he decided to check into rehab after losing custody of his son, The Sun reported. He was receiving treatment at LionRock Recovery to help him, in his own words, “with weeds.”
“I haven’t had any setbacks or anything like that, It’s just big triggers now for me [and] I want my son back He told the outlet. He explained that he was working in an abstinence program, as well as with an individual counselor, and was attending “group therapy, parenting classes, and domestic violence classes.”