Child Popstar Aaron Carter died at the age of 34
A source close to the family revealed that Aaron Carter, a child popstar and the younger brother of Backstreet Boys vocal group's member Nick Carter, has died at the age of 34.
A spokesman for the Los Angeles County Sheriff Department said they received a call for help from Aaron Carter's Lancaster, California home at around 11:00 a.m.
Where the found Aaron Carter dead at the scene. According to sources, Carter was found dead in the bathtub of his home.
Although the police have not publicly disclosed the cause of Aaron Carter's death.
Aaron Carter is a that popstar who rose to fame as a boy with pop songs like Crush on You and I Want Candy.
Aaron's first studio album was Aaron Carter which was released in 1997.
He released a total of 5 studio albums, of which his last studio album Love was released in 2008.
Aaron Carter is also remembered for his roles in Disney Channel's Lizzie McGuire TV show and The WB's 7th Heaven TV show.
He received a lot of love and support from fans and other celebrities in 2017 when he told the world that he is a bisexual.
Aaron Carter, while revealing his identity, wrote on Twitter that there is something I want to tell you. And I think it's very important to me and my identity.
There is a burden on my chest, which I want to remove it by telling you. I started getting attracted to both boys and girls around the age of 13.
When I was 17, I had a relationship with several girls and also had a relationship with a guy who told me who I am.