The Los Angeles County Medical Examiner-Coroner has decided that singer Aaron Carter’s cause of death was accidental.
According to the Los Angeles County Medical Examiner-Coroner, the singer, 34, drowned after inhaling difluoroethane and ingesting alprazolam. Difluoroethane is a gas commonly found in compressed air cans, whereas alprazolam is the generic name for the brand-name Xanax.
Based on the investigation, Carter became “incapable while in the bathtub” as the narcotics took effect, sinking beneath the surface of the water and eventually drowned. Carter was discovered murdered on November 5 at his residence in Lancaster, California. According to police sources, he was discovered in his bathtub by a house sitter, and there were prescription drugs and drug paraphernalia in his bedroom. As per insiders at the moment, Carter most likely lost consciousness and drowned.
Aaron Carter, who released his fifth and final album, LOVE, in 2018, was honored in heartfelt messages made by his older brother Nick Carter, 42, and twin sister Angel Carter, with whom he’d grown estranged in recent years.
Aaron Carter was still recovering from the sudden deaths of many family members, including his sister Leslie, who died of an overdose in 2012 at the age of 25, and his father Robert, who died in 2017 of an apparent heart attack.
Who is Aaron Carter?
Aaron Charles Carter was born on December 7, 1987, and was a singer, and rapper from the United States. With his four studio albums, he became popular as a teen pop singer in the late 1990s, establishing himself as a celebrity among young and teenage audiences during the first years of the twenty-first century.
Carter appeared on Dancing with the Stars, in the Broadway musical Seussical and the off-Broadway musical The Fantasticks, and in other one-off performances.
Blacklisted, his sixth and final album, was released two days following his death.
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