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Now, additional details are emerging about the "Supercross" actor's death, and the news is even more saddening.
Aaron Carter had prescription pills and compressed air in his home
Additional details have begun to emerge about the former pop star, Aaron Carter's death. Hollywood Life reports that the singer was optimistic about his role as a father, having welcomed his son, Prince, in December 2021 and had spoken to his publicist hours before he died. "He was so full of hope in recent weeks," the insider said. Adding, "Aaron really did want to recover and he was trying so hard these past couple of weeks. This is so beyond tragic." The outlet also obtained an initial coroner's report which listed Carter's cause of death as "deferred." The Los Angeles County Department of Medical Examiner-Coroner's office has since requested further investigation into the pop star's demise and will make a final determination once additional testing is complete.
Furthermore, law enforcement officials revealed to TMZ that they discovered an alarming array of items in Carter's possession. Per the outlet, there were several cans of compressed air throughout Carter's home, as well as prescription pills. Officials also provided an initial timeline of the "Go Jimmy Jimmy" singer's death. According to the publication, police performed a welfare check on Carter on November 4. Carter was alive at the time of the welfare check but was discovered unconscious the next day. Law enforcement insiders suggested that the singer may have been dead for some time, due to the foul smell that was in the home.