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‘You're going to die': Aaron Carter's fiancée Melanie Martin's CHILLING WARNING days before his death

Melanie Martin left a warning on Aaron Carter's livestream about his huffing habit but the late singer mocked her
Melanie Martin warned Aaron Carter about his huffing habit during his Insta live (L) days before his death (@aaroncarter/Instagram and @missmelaniexx/TikTok)
Melanie Martin warned Aaron Carter about his huffing habit during his Insta live (L) days before his death (@aaroncarter/Instagram and @missmelaniexx/TikTok)

LANCASTER, CALIFORNIA: Just days before his untimely death at the age of 34, Aaron Carter's on-and-off fiancée Melanie Martin informed him on Instagram live that she "feared" he would die if he didn't stop huffing. Carter was found dead in a bathtub at his residence in Lancaster, California on November 5.

Aaron was seen reading what he claimed was a message from Martin, 35, from a live comment section that was apparently taken from a live stream the singer recorded days before his death and obtained by TMZ, “If it's true what you're doing, you're not going to end up alive. You're going to die. I love you, this is not safe. Please don't do this to yourself,” the message read. On November 5, the singer's body was discovered in a bathtub at his residence in Lancaster, California. Police have just stated that Carter drowned; they have not provided any other information. Carter had responded to Melanie's comment during the livestream, “She says ‘I don't care anymore.’ Leave me alone Melanie! Dude, can't you take a hint!” Then the star says: “She just told me ‘you're going to die’. Wow, that's f****d up.”


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Even his fans were worried about his health during the livestream, with one fan commenting, "I was watching his IG live the other day thinking the guy needed help asap." Carter was known to have a huffing problem. Huffing is defined as the act of inhaling fumes from common household goods, such as glue, cleaning supplies or paint which results in a high resembling that of alcohol. On November 5, a distressed Martin made a statement referring to Carter as her "fiancé" outside her home. “My fiancé Aaron Carter has passed away. I love Aaron with all my heart and it's going to be a journey to raise a son without a father. Please respect the privacy of my family as we come to terms with the loss of someone we love greatly. We are still in the process of accepting this unfortunate reality. Your thoughts and prayers are greatly appreciated.” Carter petitioned the Antelope Valley Courthouse in Los Angeles County earlier this year for custody of their son and a petition for protection against Martin. He stated in a court document that his ex had abused him "emotionally" and that she had caused him "emotional distress, anguish, shoving, and scratching."

Aaron's fans called the police last month to request that officers check on him because they were concerned about his health. According to TMZ, fans were worried that the celebrity might have been using drugs off-camera while streaming a live discussion on social media on September 20. This led to requests for a welfare check. Some followers believed they heard spraying and inhaling noises in the background as the dialogue went dark during the live stream. The singer previously admitted to having a huffing problem. According to sources, Aaron initially didn't answer the door when police and fire rescue arrived at the artist's Lancaster, California, home but after they spoke with him, the musician said he had been asleep. There were no drugs or signs of a suicide attempt discovered in the house. The 'Fool's Gold' musician, who previously disclosed he had been treated for anxiety, schizophrenia and multiple personality disorder, asserted online that he was "the troll hunter" and sprayed what looked to be an air freshener. "I'm tired of people coming after me, so I trolled everybody," he said, explaining the activities to TMZ as a joke.