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Investigators found pill bottles, air nans at the scene of Aaron Carter’s death

Aaron Carter died at 34

Investigators are piecing together more clues that may reveal what led to Aaron Carter’s death. 

Officers at the scene reportedly found compressed air cans in the bathroom of his Lancaster, CA home alongside his body. Prescription pill bottles were also discovered at the scene. 

Huffing compressed air can cause feelings of euphoria, delusions, and hallucinations. It can also lead to brain damage and have paralyzing effects. 

Carter first revealed his addiction to compressed air on the TV show “The Doctors” In 2019. The show featured health and wellness specialists conducting celebrity interviews to get to the source of their physical ailments. 

The Doctors Exclusive Interview with Aaron Carter

The Doctors Exclusive Interview with Aaron Carter

The singer claimed his sister Leslie Carter introduced him to the habit. Leslie died of an overdose in 2012 when she was 25 years old. 

Other than the air cans and prescription pills, police found no illicit drugs or signs of criminal activity at the scene. 

His death came just weeks after he checked into an outpatient rehab facility after losing custody of his 11-month-old son. 

A court order mandated that the boy’s mother, Melanie Martin, retain custody of the child, Prince, due to Carter’s history of drug abuse and domestic violence. 

In addition to drug addiction, Carter was also diagnosed with several mental illnesses including multiple personality disorder, schizophrenia, and acute anxiety. 

Carter was last seen alive by his housekeeper at 2 AM on Friday after cops showed up to conduct a wellness check on him. It was unclear as to who ordered the check. 

He told the housekeeper to leave him alone. She steered clear until Saturday morning when she went to his room to see if he wanted coffee. 

She heard his dog barking behind the door, so she entered the room to find his lifeless body in the bathtub. She called 911 to report the death. 

When officers came to the scene, they found the bathwater was discolored, and the body showed signs of decomposition. It was clear he had been in the bath for some time. 

His official cause of death is still unknown pending toxicology reports.

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