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Backstreet Boys’ Nick Carter Remembers His ‘Baby Brother’ Aaron Carter Who Passes Away

A day after singer Aaron Carter, 34, was found dead at his home in Southern California, Backstreet Boys member Nick Carter remembered his younger brother, saying that despite “a complicated relationship”, his love for him “never No “fade”. Nick Carter said in a posting to Instagram on Sunday that he was heartbroken after the death of the youngest of five Carter siblings, whom he called his “baby brother.” The Backstreet Boys pay tribute to Aaron Carter at their show in London. – Latest Tweets by Pop Crave.

“My heart is broken today,” Carter wrote. “Even though my brother and I have had a complicated relationship, my love for him has never waned. I’ve always held on to the hope that he will, someday, walk a healthier path and eventually get help. That he is so strict. Required.” The deputy responded at around 11 a.m. Saturday after a medical emergency was reported at Carter’s home in Lancaster, California. Aaron Carter dies at 34: Nick Carter mourns the death of his brother; Backstreet Boys Singer Calls ‘Addiction And Mental Illness’ The Real Villain (See Post).

Authorities said a man sitting in a house found a man in a bathtub at home and that resuscitation efforts were unsuccessful. Carter struggled with substance abuse and mental health. In 2017, he attended rehab and was arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence and on marijuana charges. In 2019, Carter said in an episode of the talk show the doctors that he was taking medication for acute anxiety, manic depression and multiple personality disorder. In the same year, Aaron’s twin sisters Nick and Angel stated that they had filed a restraining order against Aaron.

In September, Carter said he went into rehab for the fifth time with his fiancé Melanie Martin in hopes of regaining custody of their young son, Prince. At the time, the Prince was under the care of Martin’s mother as ordered by the court. Nick Carter wrote in the post, “Sometimes we want to blame someone or something for the harm. But the truth is, addiction and mental illness are the real villains.” “I will miss my brother more than anyone will ever know. I love you thing, now you finally get a chance to find some peace you can never find here on earth. Lord, please take care of my baby.” “

In 2012, his sister Leslie Carter died in 2012 at the age of 25 after falling in the shower. Officials said he had suffered an overdose from the prescription drug. Carter once said that he felt that his family partly blamed him for his death.

A singer, rapper, and actor, Carter debuted for the Backstreet Boys Tour in 1997, the same year his gold-selling first self-titled album was released. He reached triple-platinum status with his sophomore album, 2000’s “Aaron’s Party (Come Get It)”, which spawned the title song and hit singles including “I Want Candy”.

Carter’s acting credits included an appearance on the television shows “Lizzie McGuire” and “Dancing with the Stars”. He starred alongside his brother, Nick, and his siblings BJ, Leslie and Angel Carter on E! Unwritten series “House of Carters” in 2006. Hilary Duff, who starred in “Lizzie McGuire”, remembered Carter as a “shiny” charmer, and said that her “teenage self” loved her dearly. “I am deeply sorry that life was so difficult for you and that you had to struggle in front of the whole world,” she wrote on Instagram. His twin sister Angel Carter also reacted on social media. “My funny, dear Aaron, I have so many memories of you and I, and I promise to cherish them,” she wrote on Instagram. “I know you are at peace now. I will take you with me until the day I die and see you again.”

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