The singer and actor Aaron Carter has died this Saturday at the age of 34 at his home in Lancaster, California, according to the TMZ portal and family representatives have confirmed to the AP agency. The causes of death are unknown at this time.
Carter (Florida, 1987) began opening for his brother’s group when he was just 10 years old, publishing a first album, which bore his own name, at such an early age and turning it into a gold record.
In the year 2000, Nick Carter’s little brother expanded his record production with “Come and Get It”, laying the foundations of his style, linked to electronic music and ‘dance’, with such an impact that it reached the category of triple platinum.
In his role as an actor, Carter appeared in television series such as “Lizzie McGuire” or “Sabrina the Teenage Witch”, other reality shows such as “Dancing With the Stars”; he starred in an unscripted family series titled “E! House of Carters”, and even lavished on Broadway with “Seussical the Musical”.
The image of Aaron Carter appeared regularly in heart programs due to different personal controversies in which he was involved and his heartthrob label.
Alcohol and marijuana had damaged his figure, losing custody of his son Prince and entering various rehabilitation centers to try to overcome his addiction.
This situation affected his artistic production, which was reduced to such an extent that his last album, “LØVË”“, dates back to 2018.
In addition, he also had family problems with Nick himself, who in 2019 filed a restraining order against him alleging that he threatened to kill his pregnant wife and son.
On the other hand, her older sister, Leslie Carter, already died in 2012 from an overdose in New York at the age of just 25.