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Aaron Carter Said He Did NOT Want His Memoir To Be Published Before His Death, Publicist Claims!

Clearly, Aaron Carter Never wanted his memoir to see the light of day!

As we’re reporting, the 34-year-old singer was working on a book for three years before her Sudden death, It is now set to be released under the title Aaron Carter: An Unfinished Story of an Unfinished Life and will arrive on the shelf on November 15th via Publisher ballast books, but according to page six, Aaron did not want the memoir to continue and actually tried to prevent the publisher from doing so before his death. His publicist claimed from the outlet on Friday:

“Aaron, in the middle [working on the book], said ‘I have nothing to do with it’ and stopped, so the publisher is saying it’s green, it’s not. It’s against Aaron’s will.”

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wow… if the publisher knew that publishing the book would be against them I want Candy The singer wishes, it’s incredibly outrageous and horrifying that now this release was made shortly after his death – or even at all.

The memoir has already caused a slew of controversies as several excerpts have already been released, some of which center around their past relationships. Hilary Duff And how did he take her virginity when she was about 13 years old? And yes, 35 years old Wasn’t happy with the “disgusting” memoir And slammed it for publishing. He said in a statement:

“It is indeed sad that within a week of Aaron’s death, there is a publisher who is recklessly pushing a book to capitalize on this tragedy, without giving due time or attention to examining the validity of his work. To reduce the life story of Aaron to click-bait for seemingly unverified profit is disgusting.”

And she wasn’t the only one who Called Ballast Books to Capitalize on Aaron’s Death, His management team and campaigners agreed with Hillary, as did big umbrella management‘s Taylor Helgeson said in a statement to Post,

“We are trying to mourn and process the few days since the passing of our dear friends, as well as dealing with the obscenely abusive and unauthorized releases including an album called Blacklisted, ‘Lately’ and now a book. This is a time of mourning and reflection, not a heartless money grab and attention. We will ask the responsible parties to remove the above content and release any further content without the approval of their family, friends and associates will not be done.”

It’s terrible that there are so many people out there trying to make some money out of Aaron’s passing. However, the ghost writer and publisher of the book andy symonds fired backSaying that the rapper hired her “to help tell her story to the world”:

“That story, while tragically short, was full of good and bad. His life was far from beautiful, and apparently some people didn’t want in the public eye that Aaron would retell some of the stories he told in his book. Bring it to the fore. It doesn’t make them any less truthful or newsworthy.”

He added:

“Aaron had a right to tell his story – as we all do. As a journalist, I’m honored that he chose me to help make it happen. In addition to being cathartic to him, to Aaron The hope was that this book would help others struggling with addiction and mental illness. I hope and believe it will do so.”

interestingly enough, when page six Asked Andy if Aaron had ever shared that he didn’t want to move forward with the memoir, he did not comment further. Hmm…

What are your thoughts on this situation, Perezcious readers? Are you planning to buy the book now, knowing that Aaron never wanted to release it? Let us know in the comments below!

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