More clues are emerging as to what may have contributed to Aaron Carter’s tragic death. Police found several cans of compressed air in the singer’s bathroom where the body was found on Saturday and in her bedroom in Lancaster, California, a police source told TMZ on Monday. The outlet reports that police found prescription drug bottles at the scene. According to the American Addiction Centers, overuse of inhalants or products such as compressed air can cause permanent brain damage, resulting in irreversible neurological defects. Carter, who died at the age of 34, first revealed his addiction to huffing in an episode of “The Doctors” in 2019. At the time, he claimed that it was his late sister, Leslie Carter, who introduced the habit to him. She suffered a fatal overdose in 2012 at the age of 25. He said at the time that he started huffing when he was “16.” Police officers on Saturday found a can of compressed air and a bottle of prescription medicine in Aaron Carter’s bathroom, where his body was found. He admits that he can track me right after he appeared on season 9 of “Dancing With Stars” in 2009. “I was gasping because I was so stupid and sad that there’s really no excuse. I’m a drug addict, so I’m choking. .” It’s unclear whether Aaron was battling an active addiction to Heping at the time of his death, but last month TMZ reported that fans who saw him live on Instagram were concerned that the police had come to his home for a well-being check. Police said they found no drugs or criminal activity at the scene, they told the media Inhalation abuse could cause permanent brain damage that could lead to irreversible neurological defects. Instagram/Aaron Carter The report said Aaron It comes weeks after he was admitted to an outpatient rehabilitation program after losing custody of his shared 11-month-old son, Prince, again and again with fiance Melanie Martin, who, under a court order at the time, had issues with domestic violence and drug use. Martin’s mother said she had ordered the temporary custody of Prince, Aaron said in her “abstinence program”, “group therapy, parenting classes.” [and] Domestic Violence Class.” The singer claims to have introduced the habit to her sister Leslie Carter, who took an overdose in 2012, while talking about her ping addiction in 2019. In addition to Instagram/Aaron Carter addiction, Aaron also suffered from mental illness. As an adult, he was diagnosed with multiple personality disorder, schizophrenia and acute anxiety. It is unclear whether he was taking the aforementioned drugs at the time of his death. A law enforcement source previously told TMZ that he was the last person to see the singer’s resident housekeeper alive. It was 2:00 a.m. on a Friday when the police showed up for a health check. It is unknown who requested it. Aaron told the officers to leave and ordered a housekeeper to leave him alone, the media reported. According to TMZ, the housekeeper didn’t see him all day and went to his bedroom on Saturday morning to see if he wanted coffee. The outlet also claimed that she heard her dog in trouble behind her door, so she went into her bathtub and found his lifeless body. Then she frantically called 9-1-1 to report her suspicions of drowning. It is unclear whether Aaron was battling an active addiction to Heping at the time of his death. Instagram/Aaron Carter It’s unclear whether Aaron was battling an active addiction to herpes at the time of his death. Instagram/Aaron Carter Up Next Close “Iron Man” actor’s children Exton, 10, and Avri, 8, helped him… Law enforcement sources told TMZ that Aaron’s body was believed to have been in a bathtub for a long time. said. Decomposition odor and discolored bath water. Aaron’s cause of death was not determined by the Los Angeles County Coroner until toxicological results were available. TMZ reports that no wills were found and no signs of foul play.
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