Aaron Carter’s mother has posted shocking photos of the bathtub where the singer was found dead, accusing police of failing to investigate his ‘potential murder’ and a series of ‘death threats’.
Jane Carter shared the five graphic images Wednesday, including some apparently shows feces scattered on clothes and bathroom floor, as well as the tub full of green water, in which the body of the 34-year-old singer was found on November 5, 2022.
His mother said posting the strong photos was part of her “still trying to get a real investigation into my son’s death.” “I want to share these death scene photos with all of you. because the coroner ruled them out as accidental drug overdoses.” she wrote next to the photos.
“They never investigated it as a possible crime scene because of his addiction history,” she said of the star who had long struggled with addiction and mental health issues. “Look at the pictures. They weren’t taken by the police. But they let people in and out,” she said of Carter’s home in Lancaster, California, where people were allowed to “pass by.”
The mother said “information about possible murders had been there for years”.
“Aaron got a lot of death threats and a lot of people who made his life miserable,” she wrote of her belief that her son didn’t die of an overdose.
In a follow-up, she asked why the photos showed “perfectly placed towels” even though the maid who found her body “she allegedly dragged him out of the bathtub and gave him cardiopulmonary resuscitation.”
“There hasn’t been a proper investigation,” he said firmly.
After the images sparked outrage from many fans, Carter’s mother said she was “totally supported by family and friends who know I had to post the horrific photos.”
“It’s because law enforcement doesn’t take us and haven’t taken us seriously,” She complained.
“Due to 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 tackle,” she lamented in another post.
“We want answers. We want justice. There are people who need to be held accountable.” The Los Angeles County coroner’s office ruled out drowning after finding water in the former child’s lungs.
The ‘I Want Candy’ singer’s official cause of death has yet to be determined, but his body has reportedly been discovered jalong with several bottles of prescription pills.
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