Aaron Carter, a musician and rapper, was discovered dead on November 5 in his Lancaster, California, home, his agent said. Carter, who was 34 and the younger brother of Nick Carter of the Backstreet Boys, had hits in the early 2000s.
The spokesman stated in a statement, “Right now it’s a terribly awful time; we’re trying to understand out what happened and what the reason of it was.
We share everyone’s grief and ask that supporters spare a thought or two for his family.
A male had drowned in the bathtub, according to TMZ, when law authorities received a report at 11 AM on Saturday. Aaron was discovered in the tub, according to additional reports, and homicide detectives called to the location to further look into the unfortunate situation.
When he was barely nine years old, he released his debut CD, which quickly attained gold status. Aaron’s second album was triple platinum, and he rose to fame and widespread acclaim.
Millions of copies of Aaron’s four albums were sold overall.
The singer-turned-rapper had numerous TV cameos as well, including Here Comes Aaron Carter, a Christmas-themed episode from Lizzie McGuire’s first season. Carter made his Broadway debut in the Seussical ensemble in 2001.
He also participated in Dancing with the Stars, a musical programme.
Aaron revealed over the years that he struggled with substance usage and that he had frequently entered rehab.
Prince, a child he had with Melanie Martin, was his child.
New Kids on the Block, fellow ’90s pop sensations, paid tribute to Carter and expressed their shock and sadness over his passing.
A video of Aaron filmed a few days prior to his passing is shown here.