Aaron Carter’s memoir was delayed due to family criticism
The release date of Aaron Carter’s memoir has been pushed back due to controversy from his friends and family.
“Aaron Carter wanted his story told. And he wanted our client Andy Symonds, a respected journalist and author, to tell this story in all its beauty and rawness,” the publisher said in a statement.
“Out of respect for the Carter family, my client has decided to delay further publication of the book at this time.”
The statement went on to say that while Carter was a celebrity, he was also important to several other people who still mourn his unexpected death.
“Mr. Carter was not only a celebrity, but a father, brother, son and friend to many who still mourn his death,” the statement added.
“Public attention has recently focused on a small number of interactions in Mr. Carter’s early years. The more important story is about Mr. Carter’s life and what people can learn from his professional success, personal struggles and tragic death.”
According to the star’s former rep, the “I Want Candy” singer tried to stop the biopic, titled “Aaron Carter: An Incomplete Story of an Incomplete Life.”
“Aaron, right in the middle [working on the book], said, ‘I don’t want anything to do with it,’ and stopped, so the publisher says there’s a green light, it’s not,” his publicist said. “It’s against Aaron’s will.”
An excerpt from the book reportedly reveals that Carter spent a night at Michael Jackson’s house and was woken up by the “Thriller” wearing only “tight white underwear.”
Another excerpt states that Carter allegedly took Hilary Duff’s virginity when she was thirteen.
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