NO SUICIDE NOTE found at scene of Aaron Carter's death as family, friends claim artist did not intend to die
LANCASTER, CALIFORNIA: Singer Aaron Carter was found dead at the age of 34 in the bathtub at his house in Lancaster on Saturday, November 5. While the official cause of Carter’s death has still remained a mystery, his family believes his death was not intentional.
The deceased body of Carter, who had a turbulent life dealing with addiction, tough romantic encounters, and tumultuous relationships with siblings, was found in the bathtub by his house sitter. It is said that Carter had been in the bathtub for quite a long time before his house sitter found him. Law enforcement sources told TMZ that they have discovered evidence of medications and compressed air cans from his bathroom. The insider also tipped that the officials did not find a suicide note at the scene of Aaron Carter's death.
The death of the young artist has left his family devastated and has ignited a series of wild conspiracy theories on social media. Mourning his death, some social media users mentioned that the singer already showed signs of being suicidal in the days leading to his death. Pointing to his last post that read, "LOVE YALL STAY BLESSED STAY SAFE. ENJOY THE HOLIDAYS”, some users speculated that Aaron already knew that wasn't going to make it to the holidays and was planning on taking his own life.
But these all theories now have been debunked by the family of the late artist. A source close to Aaron’s family told TMZ that the ‘I want Candy’ hitmaker was actually looking forward to his life and was seeing a family counselor, which he knew would help his chances of being a more involved parent.
The insider also tipped that Aaron was eagerly waiting for the holidays and was even planning to spend some quality time with his fiancée Melanie Martin and their young son, Prince. Carter and his on-and-off fiancee, Melanie, were apparently in a really good place with their relationship, claimed the tipster. Previously, it was reported that Aaron had entered rehab to regain custody of his son, who is currently living with Melanie’s mother
His manager also revealed that the late singer and rapper was also working on new music to help himself. Carter's manager Taylor Helgeson told TMZ the singer believed the music he made recently was some of his best yet. He was reportedly fueling his creative side to follow up 'LØVË'. Backing Taylor’s claims, Aaron’s close pal said he had plans to record new music next week. "Aaron did not commit suicide," the friend declared to The Sun on condition of anonymity. "He was planning to work on music in the next week with some artists from out of town. He was locking down [the] studio, planning travel logistics, and seemed very excited. Any suggestion he was suicidal last night when he was in contact with his friends and team is wrong," they added.