Aaron Carter’s manager gives insight into the star’s final days before his death
About two weeks later, the singer He was found dead in his California homehis manager Taylor Helgeson Recalling how “thin” and “extremely tired” she looked when they last met.
“He looked like he needed to do something other than work,” Taylor said. Page Six In an interview published on November 17. “He looked like he needed to be taken care of.”
Although Aaron “didn’t seem right physically,” Taylor noted that the “I Want Candy” artist was “excited” emotionally and had many ideas about his career at the time of his death, including plans for a new album.
“He was very aware of what people wanted to see from him,” Taylor shared, adding, “We had a lot going on and, you know, Aaron was a really proud guy in his own right.”
Aaron died on November 5, aged 34. Leaving friends and familyWith older brother Nick Cartertwin sister Angel Carter and 11-month-old son the princewhich she shared with her ex-fiancé Melanie Martin. His cause of death is not known.
According to Taylor, there are no immediate plans to release Aaron’s music posthumously, though he will certainly work to make sure it “goes through the right channels” to financially benefit the late star’s infant son when the time comes. As Taylor explained, “Right now, we’re grieving and we’re not interested in projects.”
Aaron’s management team previously called publisher Ballast Books Announcing plans to publish an unfinished memoir about the late star Soon followed by his side. In a statement to E! News on November 10, his team called the book, wrote the journalist Andy Symonds After spending three years in Aaron’s interview, “obscenely disrespectful and unauthorized.”
Aaron’s team added at the time, “This is not a time for mourning and reflection for heartless money grabbing and attention seeking.”
from Facing backlash From Aaron’s management – as well as from his ex-girlfriend Hilary Duff— Above all, Ballast Books delayed its release “out of respect for the Carter family,” according to a statement shared by the publisher. The Hollywood Reporter.
“My client has decided to postpone further publication of the book at this time,” Scott Atherton, an attorney and memoir author at Ballast Books, told the outlet. “Mr. Carter was not only a celebrity, but also a father, a brother, a son and a friend. Many are still mourning him“
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