Aaron Carter’s fiancee Melanie Martin has raised questions about his death

Aaron Carter’s fiancee Melanie Martin is raising questions about his untimely death and final moments – just days after his mother claimed her son may have been murdered.

“Many factors that have been discussed with the police and the coroner do not add up [a] simple overdose,” said the Sun’s child star’s fiancé.

“I want to know what really happened so I can focus on raising our son Prince without constantly losing sleep over what happened to his father every night.”

Carter was found dead in the bathtub of his California home on November 5th.

The official cause of the 34-year-old stricken singer’s death has yet to be determined, but his body was reportedly discovered along with several cans of compressed air and prescription pill bottles with no water in his lungs.

His fiancee was supported by his mother Jane Carter, who spoke out to say the family believes his death was caused by an overdose after a drug deal went awry.

Aaron Carter with his fiancee Melanie Martin
Martin and other members of Carter’s family are pushing for an investigation into the child star’s untimely death.
Aaron Carter/Intagram

His mother recently called for “a real investigation… because the coroner dismissed it as an accidental drug overdose,” although she claims the family believe it could have been a “potential murder.”

Martin claimed that Carter’s phone was not used in the 24 hours before his death and was later found in his car, although it was “inseparably connected to his iPhone,” she told the Sun.

“I’ve never seen Aaron leave his phone unattended, especially far from where it was found,” she said adamantly.

Aaron Carter's bathtub
Carter was found dead in his bathtub on November 5, initially suspected of drowning.
Jane Schneck/Facebook

Aaron Carter's bathroom
She hopes to have answers about Carter’s death to share with her son when he grows older.
Jane Schneck/Facebook


Aaron Carter death scene
Martin said a lot of things about Carter’s death “don’t add up.”
Jane Schneck/Facebook


Martin also noted that her fiancé “seldom used the tub” and insists he “would always lock the door for privacy” although the bathroom was unlocked when his body was found.

She also pointed out her dog’s confusing behavior.

“With how long [Aaron] was supposed to be in there with our dog Zelda, it doesn’t add up that our dog didn’t use the toilet there,” she said. She also marvels at “how Zelda, a trained companion dog, didn’t damage anything while Aaron was in there.”

Martin claims details about his phone use, their dog's behavior and the days leading up to Carter's death are suspicious.
Martin claims details about his phone use, their dog’s behavior and the days leading up to Carter’s death are suspicious.

“Nothing in the last few days of his life showed a normal pattern,” she claimed.

She explained that she had become increasingly concerned about Carter’s behavior and asked the housekeeper to keep an eye on him and send updates. Martin then requested a welfare check on Carter a few days before his death, which resulted in police dragging him over and conducting an on-site sobriety test.

Carter was deemed “OK to drive” but was “embarrassed” by the situation and media attention, Martin explained. The couple “then decided to take a break from each other for a few days,” as Martin took their son to live with their mother for a time, despite her growing concerns for Carter’s well-being.

Aaron Carter's mirror selfie
Carter reportedly made an appointment for outpatient rehab the day before his body was discovered.
Instagram/Aaron Carter

She admitted to being “super concerned that Aaron would relapse again as he’s had a few times over the past few months.” Noting that Carer appeared to be trying to stay on track, Martin “signed up for outpatient rehab and made an appointment for Friday, November 4th,” Martin said.

However, his body was found the next day. It’s unclear whether or not Carter attended his appointment.

“I had sent several text messages to our housekeeper expressing concern for his well-being with no response,” Martin claimed.

“No one informed me that Aaron had left home for Walmart that night, even though that’s exactly what I asked for.”

Aaron Carter on the 2019 red carpet
The child star admittedly struggled with her mental health and substance abuse for years.
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She also noted that “it was unusual that he would do it [do that] because of his fear. He usually asked someone else to go for him.”

The last update Martin received on Carter was a text from the housekeeper’s friend, telling her that he “eats snacks.”

“It was strange to me that the boyfriend answered instead of our housekeeper,” she said.

“Hopefully one day we’ll have an answer soon [as to what happened to Carter] Instead of telling Prince in years, ‘I wish we knew.'”

Just last week, Jane Carter shared five vivid images of her son’s death scene in hopes the shocking images would prompt law enforcement to investigate further what she believes was a “potential murder”.

Police “never investigated it as a possible crime scene because of its history of addiction,” she claimed of the star, who has long struggled with addiction and mental health issues.

“Aaron has had many death threats and many, many people making life difficult for him,” she wrote on social media.

“A proper investigation was not conducted.”

https://nypost.com/2023/03/07/aaron-carter-fiancee-melanie-martin-raises-questions-about-his-death/ Aaron Carter’s fiancee Melanie Martin has raised questions about his death

Emma Bowman

Emma Bowman is a USTimeToday U.S. News Reporter based in London. His focus is on U.S. politics and the environment. He has covered climate change extensively, as well as healthcare and crime. Emma Bowman joined USTimeToday in 2023 from the Daily Express and previously worked for Chemist and Druggist and the Jewish Chronicle. He is a graduate of Cambridge University. Languages: English. You can get in touch with Emma Bowman by emailing EmmaBowman@ustimetoday.com.

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