Aaron Carter: Troubled star pulled over for DUI just 3 days before his shocking death

Aaron Carter who came to the limelight in 1997 with his namesake debut album was found dead in a bathtub at his house in Lancaster on November 5

Aaron Carter: Troubled star pulled over for DUI just 3 days before his shocking death
Aaron Carter (L) is the younger brother of Backstreet Boys' member Nick Carter (Frazer Harrison/ Getty Images and @aaroncarter/Instagram)
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LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA: Aaron Carter, 34, the former child pop star known for his albums 'Aaron's Party’ and ‘LØVË,’ was found dead in a bathtub at his house in Lancaster on Saturday morning, November 5. Now several reports suggest that the rapper was pulled over by cops on suspicions of driving under the influence just three days before his death.

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According to Marca, on Tuesday, November 1, at around 10.45 am, officers from Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department pulled Carter over, whose RV was stopped in Antelope Valley, after receiving a call about a driver who was likely driving while intoxicated. The officers on the scene then conducted a sobriety test and found that he was not drunk or otherwise under the influence of illicit substances at that time. 

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The rapper seemingly posted about the incident on his Instagram story shortly after he was allowed to leave, saying, “When you do the right thing, you don’t get in trouble. Do the right thing, that’s what you do.” Prior to that, he also shared a music video shared to that showed the shirtless singer-turned-rapper singing the lyrics, “I’ll tell my honey I’ll be gone but it’s not for long.”

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Arrested for DUI in 2017

In July 2017, Carter was busted on DUI and marijuana charges in Georgia while in a car with his then-girlfriend, Madison Parker. He was later released on bond. According to USA Today, Carter's publicist, Jonathan Ward, said in a statement at that time that the singer was "traveling non-stop doing promotions... when his automobile had a new tire put on it and it went out of alignment. Aaron drove the vehicle to the nearest Auto Zone (and) after being at the store and requesting help to get his alignment fixed, he was arrested inside by several police officers with aggression. The police also revoked his rights to have an attorney." 

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Details of death

The death of Carter, who is the younger brother of Backstreet Boys' Nick Carter, was confirmed by a spokesperson for the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department, as previously reported. Carter’s representative also told, as quoted by NY Post, "It is with great regret to confirm Aaron Carter was found unresponsive this am in his home in Palmdale, CA. The family has been notified and will be flying out to Los Angeles. Aaron worked very hard towards the end of his life in recovery, to be a good father and to make amends with his family.” However, Carter’s cause of death is currently unknown.

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