Pop sensation Aaron Carter, best known for his chart-topping albums and electrifying performances passed away at the age of 34. A recent coroner's report has confirmed that the cause of death was accidental drowning in a bathtub, resulting from the combination of medication and inhaled gas.
A Life of Music and Challenges
Carter rose to fame as a young star, accompanying the Backstreet Boys on tours and concerts. He went on to release four successful albums, selling millions of copies and captivating audiences with his unique voice and style.
He also collaborated with Britney Spears on her iconic "Oops!.. I Did It Again" tour. Throughout his life, Carter faced numerous challenges, including repeated stints in rehabilitation, bankruptcy, and legal trouble. Despite these setbacks, he continued to pursue his passion for music, transitioning to rap and appearing in musicals and the hit TV show "Dancing With The Stars".
The singer's life took a turn for the better in recent years, as he welcomed a son in 2021 and committed to a rehabilitation program to regain custody.
In the early hours of November 4, police visited Carter's home in Lancaster, California after seeing him livestreaming with an inhalant.
The singer asked the officers to leave and missed an appointment with a drug rehab counselor later that day. The next day, a housekeeper found him lying motionless in the jacuzzi and called for medical help, but unfortunately, it was too late.
Autopsy results revealed that Carter had ingested Alprazolam, also known as Xanax, as well as inhaling the compressed gas difluoroethane, commonly found in spray air fresheners. The combination of these substances ultimately led to his untimely death.
The music world has lost a talented artist and beloved member of the industry. Aaron Carter's death serves as a sobering reminder of the dangers of substance abuse and the importance of seeking help when struggling with addiction.
He will be remembered for his contributions to the music industry and the joy he brought to his fans through his performances.