Tragic Aaron Carter’s seven-bedroom home sells for $765,000 after bathroom where he was found dead in the bathtub after taking Xanax was completely remodeled
- The seven-bedroom house in Lancaster, California, sold for $765,000 this week
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The seven-bedroom house where singer Aaron Carter drowned in his bathtub after taking Xanax has sold for $765,000 – after the bathroom was completely remodelled.
The home, in Lancaster, California, sold on Wednesday for $335,000 more than Carter, who died aged 34, bought it for in 2019.
Carter’s body was found in his home on November 5, 2022. Authorities said in the report that the entertainer, under the influence of the substances, ‘slipped under the water’ and drowned.
Coroner’s officials in January ruled out drowning as his primary cause of death, TMZ reported, as medical examiners did not detect any water in his lungs.
Melanie Martin, who was Carter’s fiancée and shared a child with him, told the outlet that the release of the autopsy did not bring closure about for her.
The seven-bedroom house where singer Aaron Carter (pictured) drowned in his bathtub after taking Xanax has sold for $765,000 – after the bathroom was completely remodelled
The home (pictured), in Lancaster, California, sold on Wednesday for $335,000 more than Carter, who died aged 34, bought it for in 2019
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The 4,131-square-foot home has 7 bedrooms, a spacious pool out back with a jacuzzi, and a 4-car garage.
‘It claims death is by drowning but also adds he was wearing a t-shirt and necklace in the bathtub which doesn’t make sense, why would he be in a bathtub with clothes on?’ Martin said.
She continued: ‘I am still in shock and still miss Aaron every day. I don’t understand the chain of events and this report only has us asking more questions.’
Martin previously told the outlet that she felt that the singer had been felled by his drug abuse.
She said she had turned into authorities his phone, which included a text message exchange in which Carter said that he owed an unnamed person $800 for an undisclosed substance.
In the alleged exchange, according to Martin, the singer told the other party he was conversing with that he no longer wanted the substance.
The other party demanded the $800 in the text, Martin said, at which point Carter asked if he was being threatened, which was the last communication in the exchange.
The late singer’s mother Jane Carter shared images of the bathtub and home he died in last month in a bid to bring more attention to the probe of his passing.
Jane said she didn’t believe that her son’s death was the result of a drug overdose, but rather foul play, in sharing the images of the home taken the day of her son’s death.
Another image showed a towel and a hooded sweatshirt on the floor of the bathroom Carter was found in, and a toilet in the bathroom.
Jane said that Aaron’s family and friends had fully supported her in posting the images from the painful day, in an effort to garner further attention on the case from law enforcement.
She said that there ‘should have been at least an investigation’ into the premature death, and that ‘because of [her] son’s mental illness and prescription drug issues [the police] just wanted it to be something easy that they didn’t have the time or inclination to address.’
The late singer’s mother Jane Carter shared images of the bathtub and home he died in last month in a bid to bring more attention to the probe of his passing
Another image showed a towel and a hooded sweatshirt on the floor of the bathroom Carter was found in
A person was seen near a toilet in the late singer’s home in photos his mother publicly posted in the wake of his passing
Jane added: ‘We want justice. We want answers. There are people who must be held accountable.’
Speaking with TMZ Live last month, Jane Carter said that her late son was harassed online by ‘number of people’ who she felt could be suspects in his death.
She added that law enforcement did not see Carter in person when they conducted a welfare check at his domicile.
Jane Carter said that while her son battled drug addiction, she didn’t suspect him to be self-harming.
‘He was an addict, but I don’t think he wanted to die,’ Jane said. ‘I don’t think he would have been doing that much of that aerosol.’
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