Aaron Carter’s death certificate revealed, singer cremated

Aaron Carter’s death certificate shows the pop star was cremated less than a week after his death in Los Angeles.

The Los Angeles County Department of Health announced that the 34-year-old singer was cremated on Nov. 9, leaving his ashes to his sister Angel Conrad, according to TMZ. Carter, whose occupation is listed as “Musician” in “Entertainment Industry,” was pronounced dead at 11:14 am on November 5. According to the document, his mother Jane was the first relative to be informed of his death.

The certificate also showed that an autopsy was performed; However, the cause of death is postponed as more tests are needed to determine his cause of death.

Carter was found dead in his bathtub on November 5 after a 911 call was made about possible drowning. Police reportedly found cans of compressed air and prescription pills in Carter’s bathroom and bedroom.

Aaron Carter's death certificate has revealed that the late singer's body was cremated just days after his death.
Aaron Carter’s death certificate has revealed that the late singer’s body was cremated just days after his death.
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Andy Symonds, the co-author of Carter’s controversial unfinished memoir — which has since been shelved — wrote in the book that Carter had told him he had trouble taking Xanax and puffing on canned air like Dust Off. According to Symonds, he did neither in 2019 while they were working on the book about the ups and downs of his life.

The “I Want Candy” singer found fame at a young age trying to stand out in his talented family, which includes his older brother, Nick, a member of the Backstreet Boys.

Carter performed for the Backstreet Boys in Germany at the age of 8. His album Aaron’s Party was certified triple platinum at the age of 12.

He, too, is said to have come into contact with drugs at an early age. In his book, originally slated for release on Tuesday November 15, he revealed that he started smoking weed when he was around 11 years old. He claimed he spent $30,000 on ecstasy one summer when he was 15.

Carter said he tried heroin but gave it up after falling ill. He also got into Xanax and said he took some from another patient while he was at the Betty Ford Center in Palm Desert — a trip Nick reportedly paid for because he was “taking more Xanax than ever before at this point.” “ took.

It’s unclear Carter’s relationship to drugs when he died. Symonds said he last spoke to Carter in April 2021. Symonds said they met in person three times in 2019 and 2020 for the project.

In the book, Carter describes some spooky moments in the bathtub.

He recalled falling asleep in one when he was a little child star and needed a break.

“I remember locking myself in the bathroom of one of our hotel rooms and falling asleep in the bathtub because I needed more sleep,” he wrote. “My mother broke down the door for fear I would drown in it.”

He said shortly after his 18th birthday he booked a trip to Amsterdam, where he overdid it with mushrooms.

“I was tripping all by myself, talking to the bathtub, watching the curtains and having all these emotional ups and downs, seeing everything from rainbows to lightning,” he wrote. “I’ve always exaggerated everything.”

In the memoir, Carter claimed he had always been suicidal but never intended to actually do so.

“I was always suicidal, especially during those years. I have never attempted suicide but have never had anyone to talk to about it,” he wrote. “But I knew I loved life too much to really do it.”

Since his death, those close to him have paid tribute. He is survived by a son, Prince, who will be one year old on November 22nd. Prince’s mother is Carter’s recurring fiancé, Melanie Martin.

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Emma Bowman

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