Aaron Carter’s Manager Gives Insight Into Star’s Final Days Before Death

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Aaron Carter times were tough, at least physically, a few days before his death, Nearly two weeks after the pop star’s tragic death, her manager Taylor Helgeson Talking candidly about what his last few days were like. talking to page six On Thursday, Taylor revealed the 34-year-old was not doing so well as she appeared, saying:

“He looked thin. He was extremely tired.”

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While he was passionate about his work endeavors until his death, his team felt they needed to take a break, as Taylor put it:

“He just looked like he needed to do anything other than work. It looked like he needed to take care of her.

Meets with the manager who started working for the former child star eight months before her death I want Candy The singers died in a music studio the week they had plans to work on a new album together. but when big umbrella management The executioner notices Aaron’s appearance, worried and confused as his declining physical health does not match his upbeat attitude:

“He wasn’t feeling well. Now, when I say that, I think it’s really important to kind of context it. He wasn’t feeling well physically… [but] Mentally, he was the most excited I’ve been in months. He was very intelligent and he was very conscious of what people wanted to see from him.”

Oops. We hate to hear that he was struggling.

when house of carters alum’s cause of death is still under investigation, Taylor couldn’t believe how excited he was about his plans for the future so he contemplated suicide. he explained:

“He was a guy with a lot of plans. We had a lot of things going on and you know, Aaron was a very cocky guy himself. It’s not his style.

Still, Aaron had a known challenge with mental health and addiction. according to law enforcement sources who spoke tmz Earlier this month, cans of compressed air and prescription pills were discovered at the scene of his Lancaster, California home, where he was found dead in the tub.

Interestingly, Aaron’s struggle with addiction was a main point of contention between him and his manager, who wanted him to check out an admitted inpatient rehab program, revealing:

“We were proposing [what] Would have been… three months in Utah just detoxing and building new physical habits within your body.

Aaron’s Party The artist was also in the middle of a child custody battle with on-again, off-again fiancé, Melanie Martinover his son Prince, 11 months. when fan only Starr did not check into the inpatient program until, in September, she announced that she had checked into the outpatient program to help with her case. Taylor elaborated on his argument, saying:

,[Carter] was saying, ‘I’m going to get my baby back and then I’m going to do this,’ and I was saying, ‘If you do this, I’m definitely going to get you your baby back ,’ and that was the disagreement.

The manager insisted that Prince was always at the forefront of Aaron’s mind, no matter what was going on in his life. But in the middle of this year, the 7th heaven The actor admitted that he “hadn’t slept in a few days” and was “stressed”. But after resting, Aaron asked his executor to help him make a will (which he never completed):

“I was like, ‘You need a will,’ so I reached out to my publicist at the time, and I asked her to help me do the paperwork. And so we started getting it together and we Done the paperwork and it was never signed. It was never filled out.

Since Aaron never set one up, this means it’s now up to the state of California to decide. who will inherit his propertyTo tmz,

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Taylor also addressed several unauthorized projects in the works, including now delayed memory by journalist andy symonds and publisher ballast books Which one? was slammed by carter’s camp and ex-girlfriend Hilary Duff, There were also rumors that unfinished music was also set to be released. On this he shared:

“Aaron is signed Sony, Aaron is not an independent artist and all releases that release Aaron need to be approved by the label period.

When (and if) the time comes to share the work with the world, Big Umbrella Management will do whatever it can to ensure Carter’s family benefits:

“What matters is that when it goes through the right channels, then we’re able to make sure that what comes from that music goes to the right places, namely his son.”

At this time, the team has no plans to focus on releasing any of Aaron’s unfinished projects, stressing that:

“Right now, we are grieving and we are not interested in projects.”

Honestly, it’s probably for the best. Releasing anything now would be disrespectful to Aaron’s family and friends who are trying to mourn his loss. And if anything should be released after his death, it should be handled with the utmost care – not as an attempt to profit from this heartbreaking loss. Thoughts, Peregius readers?

If you or someone you know is experiencing substance abuse, help is available. Consider checking out the resources SAMHSA provides https://www.samhsa.gov/find-help/national-helpline, If you or someone you know is considering suicide, help is available. Consider contacting the National Suicide and Crisis Lifeline at 988, or text “STRENGTH” to the Crisis Text Line at 741-741, or visit suicide preventionlifeline.org,

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