Singer Aaron Carter dies at 34 WGN Radio 720

Los Angeles County (KTLA/NEXSTAR) — Pop star Aaron Carter has died at the age of 34 in his California home. TMZ reportHis death was also confirmed hollywood reporter.

According to TMZ, Carter was found dead after drowning in a bathtub at his Lancaster home.

Authorities responded to the drowning shortly before 11 a.m. at Block 42,000 on Valley Vista Drive, according to the Los Angeles County Fire Department. Los Angeles police did not identify a victim, but confirmed the death at Carter’s address, according to The Hollywood Reporter.

The younger brother of Nick Carter of the Backstreet Boys, Carter rose to fame first as a singer and later as a child actor as an actor in movies and TV shows like ‘Lizzie McGuire’ and ‘Seventh Heaven’.

Carter is perhaps best known for the triple-platinum certified sophomore album Aaron’s Party (Come Get It), released in 2000. The album included the title his track, as well as a cover of “I Want Candy” and a basketball-themed song called “That’s How I Beat Shaq”.

He started the world tours of the Backstreet Boys and Britney Spears in the late 1990s and early 2000s.

Carter has battled addiction in particular for years. facing legal problems Entering rehabilitation while continuing music activities, According to E!.

He has also openly feuded with many, including his brother Nick Carter. accused of trying to place him under guardianshipThe two brothers appeared together in 2006 on E!’s “House of Carters.” The show featured several Carter family members who worked to smooth the relationship.

In 2019, Carter revealed on “The Doctors” that he had been diagnosed with “multiple personality disorder, schizophrenia, acute anxiety, and manic depression.” According to CNN.

Carter leaves behind his son Prince.

“Young fame is more of a curse than a blessing, and it’s not easy to survive. RIP Aaron Carter” Grammy-winning songwriter Diane Warren I tweeted Saturday afternoon as the news broke.

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