Aaron Carter’s death was very shocking to those close to the singer and fans around the world. After his passing, a source close to Aaron revealed Hollywood Life EXCEPT that the singer did not leave a will, and those close to him believe that his passing may have been an accident. “Aaron didn’t have a will or plan in place because he wasn’t even thinking about dying. That’s why everyone believes it was an accident,” they said.
Although he didn’t have a will, the insider said he was in the process of moving before his death, and confirmed he had money saved up. “He did have money at the time of his death, and he was in the process of selling his house,” they said.
The Blacklist songwriter’s rep confirms Hollywood Life that he did not have a will in place and that arrangements be made. “Aaron did not have a will at the time of his death. The family is currently working on funeral plans,” they said.
Aaron was found unresponsive in his bathtub by his fiancee Melanie Martin on Saturday morning, November 5. A cause of death is “deferred.” The “I Want Candy” pop star was pronounced dead at the scene. Sources close to the singer said that he has been doing very well in recent weeks. “He fought for his life and it did great,” they said. “He loved his new role as a father. He was in a good place these past few days. Aaron really wanted to recover and he had been trying so hard these past few weeks. It is beyond tragic.”
Since Aaron’s death, the singer has received tributes from loved ones, including his siblings, Backstreet Boys singer Nick Carter and his twin Angel. Nick’s exes from his teenage years Lindsay Lohan and Hilary Duff both also mourned his loss with statements on social media.
Following Aaron’s passing, his fiancée shared a moving tribute to him on Instagram. She also shared a video of herself crying on TikTok. “I love you infinitely. You are my soul mate, the father of my child, my whole world,” Melanie wrote on Instagram. “My life will never be the same without you in it. You brought so much joy into my life, despite our problems. Our love for each other was always strong and could never be broken.”