'We saw police every few months': Aaron Carter's neighbors recall how he always had commotion at his home

'It's a shame that he died, I wouldn't wish that on anytime, but I'm glad he's no longer in our neighborhood,' said a neighbor of late Aaron Carter

'We saw police every few months': Aaron Carter's neighbors recall how he always had commotion at his home
Singer Aaron Carter was found dead in the bathtub of his LA home on November 5 (Presley Ann/Getty Images for WE tv )
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LANCASTER, LOS ANGELES: Late Singer Aaron Carter was an 'arrogant' neighbor, as claimed by his neighbors. There was reportedly always some commotion at his home and police were regularly called. The 34-year-old singer was found dead in the bathtub of his LA home on November 5. According to reports, Carter would often fight with his on-and-off girlfriend and frequently blasted music that could be heard several houses away to torment his neighbors.  

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"I'm sad what happened and that he died. I wish he would have just been able to sell his house and move away, but now we don't' have to deal with it," said a neighbor who didn't want to be named for fear of reprisal from his fans. A disgruntled neighbor recalled that it was a bad situation for the neighborhood the day he moved in. "Aaron had problems with several of the neighbors on his street, at least three of them have called police on him," added the neighbor. "Aaron was just arrogant, he thought he was better than everyone else in the neighborhood. He would brag about how he had better vehicles and his house was larger than most in the area," a neighbor told Daily Mail.

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The singer bought the 7-bedroom and 4-bathroom home in November 2020 for $620,000 in Lancaster, California, 70 miles northeast of Los Angeles. His house is currently for sale for $799,900. The 34-year-old reportedly fought with his on-and-off girlfriend Melanie Martin, arguing all hours of the day. On several occasions, Aaron locked Melanie outside of his house, after a screaming match and she would bang on the door, screaming "let me in." "We saw police out in front of his house every few months," said the neighbor. When the singer wasn't fighting with Melanie he would trouble his neighbors by blasting music, "You could hear the music from several houses away." 

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Once a neighbor knocked on Aaron's door and Melanie answered. She was asked if they could turn down the music. Melanie said she would pass along the information to Aaron. Minutes later Aaron banged on the neighbor's door and began yelling and abusing her, calling her a 'c*t and a b**ch. Another resident of the house asked him to leave the property and later police were called. Aaron allegedly tried to tell the police that the neighbor assaulted him but no arrests were made. Aaron also had a Dalmatian dog he would constantly hit and yell at. Then one day the dog was gone, reported the source. 

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"Every neighbor has that 'neighbor' you have to deal with, he was that 'neighbor,'" recalled a neighbor. "I feel bad he left behind his young child. He obviously had his issues and demons. It's a shame that he died, I wouldn't wish that on anytime, but I'm glad he's no longer in our neighborhood." Just one week before his death, Aaron tweeted that he was selling his home for $800,000, and noting he was looking to begin a "new chapter." He was found dead in the bathtub of his house on Saturday after being discovered by his house sitter. Neighbors even claimed they overheard the shocked housekeeper screaming, "He's dead!" "He's dead!" Authorities have not released an official cause of death but have claimed they will probe into his drug use.

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