Il cantante Aaron Carter è morto a 34 anni. Il 5 novembre, il suo corpo è stato trovato nella vasca da bagno della sua casa di Lancaster, in California, dove quella mattina è stata fatta una chiamata ai servizi di emergenza sanitaria. Secondo l’outlet, la causa della sua morte non è stata ancora confermata. Tuttavia, coloro che sono vicini al musicista potrebbero non essere scioccati nell’apprendere della sua morte improvvisa, poiché la vita personale di Carter ha avuto dei successi negli ultimi anni. “Ho appena intervistato [Aaron] un paio di settimane fa ed era abbastanza chiaro che non era in un ottimo posto”, il conduttore di podcast Adam22 twittato. “Era un bravo ragazzo nonostante tutti i demoni che stava combattendo. Sono triste di vederlo andare”.

Carter's rollercoaster relationship with Martin was marred by allegations of domestic abuse. The Blast reported the exes had both filed restraining orders against each other at one point — regardless of what happened between them, though, Martin is devastated by news of Carter's death. She consequently took to social media to share her grief with fans.

Melanie Martin expressed her grief on social media

In a statement to the Associated Press, Melanie Martin asked for privacy, telling the media, "We are still in the process of accepting this unfortunate reality. Your thoughts and prayers are greatly appreciated." 

However, it was her heartbreaking social media tribute that struck a chord with fans. Seemingly in response to his death, Aaron Carter's ex fiancée uploaded a TikTok video of herself hysterically crying in the car. Social media users flooded the comments (via The U.S. Sun) with well wishes, reminding Martin, "You have the biggest part of [Aaron] ... and that is Prince." The late singer's ex also shared an Instagram story (via Us Weekly) of herself kissing Carter, captioning it simply, "My baby I can't breathe."

Despite the turbulence in their relationship, Martin and Carter found happiness together with the birth of their son. "It's all a beautiful blessing ... I was talking about having a family years ago," the "I Want Candy" singer told Us Weekly in December 2021. "I [wanted] to be at home and enjoy the love of my life and my child. Now that it's here, it's like an epiphany. Every minute now has become so precious." No doubt fans are keeping both all of Carter's loved ones, including Martin, in their thoughts at this time.


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