Aaron Carter was born Aaron Charles Carter in Tampa, Florida on December 7, 1987. Carter grew up with older brother Nick of the Backstreet Boys, older sisters Leslie and BJ, twin sister Angel, and his parents, Robert who passed away in 2017, and Jane, who owned a retirement home.
Leslie died of a heroin overdose in 2012; Aaron had promised to pay for her rehab two weeks before her death. Aaron began his musical career while he was very young, with his parents serving as his managers. While touring, he attended the Frank D. Miles Elementary School and the Ruskin School, where he received tutoring.
Aaron Carter Before and After Photos
If you were born in the 1990s, you’re probably familiar with Aaron Carter, the blonde heartthrob of every teen girl’s fantasies.
Carter may have ‘Beat Shaq’ and had us singing ‘Oh Aaron’ and ‘I Want Candy’ on repeat, but some may have forgotten that he struggled with addiction in the past. In a surprising Instagram post, the 90s heartthrob provides a before and after of his recovery.
The musician announced to the world that he had an issue 2 years ago today. The singer discussed his routine cosmetic operations and how he was dealing with an addiction to the surgeries and prescription pills in his first interview on ‘The Doctors,’ going into depth with Daily Mail on what he was abusing.
He admitted to being prescribed Xanax and Oxycodone, but when he couldn’t get refills, he went to the streets to get them illegally. He was virtually unrecognizable as he sobbed and expressed his need to get better. The devastating clip from his original interview may be seen here.
The pop sensation has made a lot of progress since then, revealing his dramatic before and after photographs of his recuperation on Instagram and speaking up to his fans in the heartbreaking post.
The following is a portion of the post: “While my life hasn’t always been easy, it is now my turn to shine. Every day, I am developing and learning, and I will never stop. #recovery #mentalhealthawareness #mentalhealthawareness #recovery #mentalhealthawareness #mentalhealthawareness # “,. You’re on your way, Aaron.
In the photos, one image shows sunken eyes, a gaunt and sad-looking Carter, while the other shows him full-faced, healthy, and smiling. The post is linked below.
The star has unquestionably improved, and his fans are proud of him. As one commenter put it, “When I see the two photographs combined, I’m completely taken aback and amazed! I’m incredibly proud of what you’ve accomplished. I adore how healthy and cheerful you appear!”
We couldn’t agree more, however other commenters are upset with the actor, branding him a liar for disguising his mental health difficulties. “…claiming you have NO mental health concerns but you have numerous.. you lied,” part of the comment reads.
It’s difficult to admit you have a problem to the rest of the world, especially given the stigmas that still persist around mental health. Millions of Americans struggle with addiction and mental health difficulties each year, and it tragically has no bias, not even from celebrities.
We Floridians were fortunate enough to watch a healthy Carter perform for free in July, but even if we hadn’t, we’re delighted for Aaron and his success on his road to recovery.
Film and Television Career:
Aaron Carter made his television debut in a 1998 episode of Nickelodeon’s “Figure It Out,” after which he appeared as a guest star on Disney Channel’s “Lizzie McGuire” and ABC’s “Sabrina, the Teenage Witch” in 2001. The Carters were given their own show, “House of Carters,” on the E! network in 2006, which aired eight episodes.
Aaron has also acted in a number of films, including “Fat Albert” (2004), “Ella Enchanted” (2004), “Popstar” (2005), and “I Want Someone to Eat Cheese With” (2006). (2006).
Bankruptcy and Legal Issues:
Carter filed for bankruptcy in the state of Florida in November 2013, citing a $3.5 million debt. Carter’s total assets were indicated as $8,232.16 in his bankruptcy declaration.
The majority of the debt was incurred during his peak popularity. Aaron reportedly owing to the IRS $1.368 million. He also stated that his average monthly income is $2,000 and that his typical monthly expenses are $2,005.
Carter stated his most valued tangible possessions were a $500 television, two MacBook computers, a Louis Vuitton backpack, and a $3,500 Breitling watch at the time of the filing.
Aaron stated that he and his fiancée, model Melanie Martin, are expecting a kid in April 2020, and the two got engaged in June. Martin was arrested for beating Carter in March 2020, and the pair briefly separated up.
Aaron, who is bisexual, was previously engaged to actress/model Kari Ann Peniche, and in the early 2000s, he dated actresses, Hilary Duff and Lindsay Lohan. Carter had a hiatal hernia and lactose intolerance, and he had previously used opiates and benzodiazepines to manage anxiety and sleep problems.
He joined a Malibu rehabilitation facility in 2017 underweight and famished. Aaron claimed in 2019 that his late sister Leslie had sexually molested him for three years, starting when he was 10 and that his brother had also raped him.
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