Jane Carter, the mother of the late Aaron Carter, has shared never-before-seen graphic photos of his death scene on social media. She included photos that the police allegedly ignored and said Aaron received a lot of death threats before his passing.
Along with the photos, Jane accused police of not properly investigating the scene and writing off the cause of death. She also said she and Aaron’s fiancé, Melanie Martin, demand answers, justice, and accountability. Aaron was first found dead in his bathtub in November last year, surrounded by compressed air cans and drugs.
Martin recently revealed that she and Jane believe Aaron met with a dealer to whom he owed money. They suspect that the unidentified dealer may have given the late singer a drug that ultimately killed him.
Read on to find out more.
Aaron Carter’s Mother Shares Graphic Photos
Jane Carter took to Facebook to share multiple graphic photos of the bathroom where her son, Aaron Carter, was found dead. The images showed a tub full of green-colored water, what may be feces on the floor, soiled clothes, dirty towels; and according to Jane, the police didn’t take these photos for their investigation.
With the photos, she wrote, “Still trying to get a real investigation for the death of my son Aaron Carter.” Jane also shared that she believes the medical coroner just summed up the cause of the singer’s death as “an accidental overdose.”
Jane added, “They never investigated it as a possible crime scene because of his addiction past. But they allowed people to go in and out, although a lot of potential homicide information was there for years. Aaron had a lot of death threats and many many people who were making his life miserable.”
She Claims Police Haven’t Taken The Case Seriously
In the Facebook post, Jane also wrote that her close family and friends supported her in posting the crime scene photos. She shared that the family isn’t being “taken seriously by law enforcement,” especially the police in Lancaster, the town where Aaron lived and died.
She wrote, “Because of my son’s mental illness and prescription drug issues they just wanted it to be something easy that they didn’t have the time or inclination to address. This won’t work for me or Melanie, or anyone who truly loved him.” Melanie Martin was Aaron’s fiancée, but their relationship was rocky.
Jane also said she, Martin, and their family just “want answers.” She stated, “We want justice. There are people who must be held accountable.” Jane concluded by saying she has been trying to get popular legal commentator Nancy Grace to examine Aaron’s case. However, she knows Grace is “busy with the Murdaugh trial but it’s almost over now.”
Aaron Carter Was Found Dead In November
Aaron’s body was first found in November last year after a 911 call came in that a man had drowned. The “Sooner or Later” singer was found in his bathtub, surrounded by several compressed air cans and bottles of various prescription pills.
Although his cause of death is yet to be confirmed, the coroner has ruled out drowning, as Aaron had no water in his lungs. The singer struggled with mental health issues and drug addiction for many years of his life, as he was a child star as early as seven years old.
Aaron’s brother, Nick Carter, recently released a song dedicated to his late brother titled “Hurts to Love You.” Per Page Six, A part of the song’s lyrics read, “Always hoped your tomorrows / Would be better than the days before / I hoped you’d find your road to follow / To a place you were happy in this world.”
Melanie Martin And Jane Carter Believe He Was Drugged
Martin, with whom Aaron shared a son, Prince, spoke with TMZ on the family’s suspicions about his death. She shared that she and Jane believe the “I Want Candy” singer took a drug from a dealer who had texted him about owing “$800 for an unknown substance.”
According to Martin, Aaron had told the unidentified dealer that he no longer wanted the substance, but the man texted him back, saying he still had to pay. The last message between the two reportedly showed Aaron asking whether the demand to pay was him “being threatened.”
Per Page Six, The tense exchange between Aaron and the unknown person has led Jane and Martin to believe the singer did eventually meet with the dealer. They think that at the meeting, Aaron settled the debt and then “took a substance that could have ultimately killed him.”