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Aaron Carter, brother of Nick Carter of the Backstreet Boys, found dead

American singer and rapper Aaron Carter has been found dead at his home in Southern California, aged 34.

Carter’s family representatives have confirmed his death. They provided no further immediate comment.

Police responded to reports of a medical emergency at the home, but provided no further details.

Aaron Carter was the younger brother of Nick Carter of the Backstreet Boys.

He rose to fame in the late 90s, selling millions of copies of his four albums, the first of which was recorded when he was nine years old.

TMZ reported that Carter was found dead in the bath at his home in Lancaster, California.

Police sources reportedly said they received a call that a man had drowned in the bathtub.

Homicide detectives had been dispatched to the scene, which is standard operating procedure for investigating such death scenes.

Carter rose to prominence after singing a cover of the Jets’ song Crush on You at the Backstreet Boys opening in Berlin, which was the first of many openings.

Soon after, he released his debut single Crush on You, followed by his self-titled debut studio album.

The album achieved gold status in Norway, Spain, Canada and Germany.

His most popular singles include I Want Candy, Aaron’s Party (Come Get It) and That’s How I Beat Shaq.

In 2001, Carter guest-starred on an episode of Lizzie McGuire and later recorded her third studio album, which included her first duet recording with her brother Nick Carter.

Later in life, Carter struggled with drug addiction and financial problems, mostly due to tax debts.

He is survived by his son Prince.

Source: www.abc.net.au

Source : BBN NEWS

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