On Saturday news broke of Aaron Carter dead. The younger brother of Backstreet Boys Nick Carter got his start opening for the Backstreet Boys on a 1997 tour. His debut album, Aaron Carter, was released later than year, reaching gold status.
As of right now the details of how Aaron Carter died is still developing.
But a source confirmed his death to The Hollywood Reporter, and it was also reported by TMZ. A spokesperson for the Los Angeles Police Department told THR that a suspicious death took place at Carter’s address but could not confirm the identity.
Aaron Carter had a reported net worth of $400 thousand.
Aaron Carter is most famous for being a pop singer in the late 1990s, and he has appeared on several television shows, including “Lizzie McGuire” (2001), “Sabrina, the Teenage Witch” (2001), and “7th Heaven” (2004). Aaron’s 1997 self-titled debut album was certified Gold in Canada, Denmark, Germany, Norway, and Sweden. It was his second album, “Aaron’s Party (Come Get It),” that made him a star. That album eventually sold over 3 million copies in the U.S. alone and launched Carter on an international tour. As of this writing, Aaron has sold more than 4 million albums in the US and 10 million worldwide. Aaron has also starred in stage productions of “Seussical” and “The Fantasticks,” and in 2009, he competed on ABC’s “Dancing with the Stars,” coming in fifth place with partner Karina Smirnoff.
The “I Want Candy” singer, 33, welcomed his first child, a son named Prince, with fiancée Melanie Martin, Carter November of 2021.
He shared a photo of himself cutting his baby’s umbilical cord. The musician praised his fiancée for bringing their son into the world.
“Emergency C Section after 13 hours of labor but my fiancé is in great health.” He continued, “thank you lord and the incredibly sweet loving staff here. Prince is precious I love you son. Your mommy loves you as I drop tears on the phone. This is me cutting his umbilical cord my precious family #TheCarters @missmelaniemartin I’m so proud of you hunny you did it I Love you with all my heart my beautiful blessings from god,” Carter wrote.
He will be heavily missed.