Aaron Carter’s Mom Believes Her Son’s Death Was A Homicide, Shares Never-Before-Seen Photos Of Crime Scene
Aaron Carter’s mother, Jane Carter, does not believe police when they say her son died from an accidental overdose. She believes they have never taken his death seriously, and she wants a real investigation to take place.
She went on her Facebook account to share never-before-seen photos from the bathroom where her son was found dead. In the photos, you can see what appears to be feces smeared on the floor. The tub is filled with green water and there are clothes/towels scattered about.
Still trying to get a real investigation for the death of my son Aaron Carter. 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.
Jane claims close family members supported her decision to show these photos because they also believe the police didn’t properly investigate her son’s death.
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 [Martin] or anyone who truly loved him. We want answers. We want justice. There are people who must be held accountable.
She expressed interest in having Nancy Grace look over the case, which is a sure sign of desperation. Nancy Grace ain’t solving nothing.
For those who don’t know, Aaron Carter was found dead inside his home back in November. He was surrounded by cans of compressed air and prescription pill bottles. The coroner ruled out drowning as the cause of death because the singer didn’t have any water in his lungs. So they believe he simply overdosed, which seems likely given the drug history surrounding him.
Jane believes a drug dealer may have killed Aaron. Unfortunately, this is likely the case of a mother not wanting to believe her son’s troubles were deadly serious. It’s much easier to blame someone else.