Aaron Carter POSTS Disturbing Video Just Before His Death
AARON Carter’s death has shocked fans as it came hours after his final social media.
The musician has died at age 34 on Saturday.
Aaron was tragically found deceased on Saturday at his house in Lancaster, California.
The singer, rapper, and actor’s body was found “unresponsive in the bathtub,” The U.S. Sun was told.
The last video of him performing was shared by a peer on Thursday.
In the music video, Carter could be singing: “I’ll tell my honey I’ll be gone but it’s not for long.”
He was shirtless showing his tattoos as he performed his verse on a stage about a love interest.
The entertainer then could be seen holding a cigarette as he rapped with CheckTheStar – the song is called “Lately (feat. Aaron Carter).”
“This classic song was inspired by toxic relationships,” the video’s description reads.
A deputy from Lancaster told The U.S. Sun that “Deputies did respond to the call.”
That call was dispatched at 10:58 a.m.” this morning and police “found a deceased person at his residence.”
There is no information or evidence of foul play at this time and police caution tape has surrounded his home.
Police additionally told The U.S. Sun: “Sheriff’s Homicide Investigators are continuing their investigation into the circumstances surrounding the death investigation of a male adult.
“Lancaster station deputies responded to the 42500 block of Valley Vista Drive in the city of Lancaster regarding a rescue responding call.”
“The informant in the call was the house sitter and she stated she found the male in the bathtub.
“She was advised by the dispatcher to begin cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) prior to the deputies’ arrival.”
“Shortly after the deputies arrived, Fire department personnel arrived and pronounced the male deceased at the scene.”
They added: “Identity is not being confirmed at this time pending next of kin notifications.
“There is no additional information being released at this time.”
Sources have not revealed the cause of death.
He struggled with substance abuse and his mental health.
Aaron had opened up on the show The Doctors about the pills he was taking.
He is survived by his son, Prince, whom he shared with his fiancé Melanie Martin.
The two welcomed their child together in November of 2021.
They broke up days after their son Prince was born and had various domestic disputes.
Aaron posted to his Instagram story after their breakup: “I’m literally trapped inside my own bedroom because my ex will not leave my house.
The U.S. Sun has previously reported Aaron’s custody battle for his son Prince – which he had lost.
In September, he began an outpatient program to rehabilitate his drug addiction in hopes of stabilizing his relationship with his son’s mother Melanie.
Aaron explained in a social media live a few months ago that he hadn’t relapsed but was checking into rehab to cope with his triggers.
He said, “I haven’t had any relapses or anything like that, it’s just triggers are big right now for me [and] I want my son back.”
TMZ reported Wednesday the singer was pulled over on Tuesday while driving an RV on suspicion of a DUI.
Police had earlier shown up at his house “for a welfare check” after “fans got worried he might have been doing drugs on IG live.”
Police found no drugs or illicit activity when they arrived.
#aaroncarter showing his guns on IG Live….AGAIN 😒 pic.twitter.com/PUcLPFvL7m
— ✨AarnoCartersSobriety✨ (@outofideas00) November 2, 2022