Aaron Carter, a former child star and singer, died Saturday at the age of 34.
In recent years, he had spoken to his family about his mental health issues and struggles with addiction.
Prior to his death, Carter tweeted that he was selling his home to start a “new chapter” with his family.
Aaron Carter was in the process of selling his home and starting a “new chapter” for himself and his family before his death.
Carter, a former child star and singer, was found dead at his California home, representatives and relatives on Saturday. He was 34.
A representative from his management company, Big Umbrella, confirmed his death to the New York Times but declined to reveal the cause of death. TMZ, citing several unnamed law enforcement agencies, reported that Carter’s body was found in his bathroom.
A little over a week before his death Carter tweeted plans to sell his house to turn a new leaf for himself and his family.
“My second home for sale. Real estate has been super good for me. Ready for a new chapter in my third home that I want to stay in to give my family a beautiful life,” he tweeted Oct. 29. “This year has been super tough, but I’ve learned so much. Thanks for the support everyone.”
As Insider previously reported, Carter, best known for his hit version of “I Want Candy,” has long struggled with his mental health and addiction. In a 2019 episode of The Doctors, he revealed he had been diagnosed and was taking medication for multiple personality disorders, schizophrenia and acute anxiety, People magazine reported.
He also told the US Sun in September that he had entered rehab for the fifth time after losing custody of his son Prince, whom he shared with his fiancée Melanie Martin. He told the outlet he had treatment to “help with the weed.”
“I don’t want to smoke weed anymore. I really don’t have to,” Carter said.
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https://news.yahoo.com/aaron-carter-process-selling-home-112933019.html Aaron Carter was in the process of selling his home to start a “new chapter” with his family a week before his death