Aaron Carter died at the age of 34. This is very sad.

People and TMZ both said that the singer and actor was found dead at his home in Lancaster, California, on Saturday morning.

Officials from the police force have told TMZ that homicide detectives were sent to the scene as is normal procedure.

Carter was born on December 7, 1987. He was the younger brother of Backstreet Boys star Nick Carter.

Aaron would eventually start his own singing career as a child. In 1997, when he was nine years old, he put out his first self-titled pop album.

Aaron’s Party (Come Get It), his second album, sold three million copies in the US alone and reached number four on the US album charts in 2000. This helped the young star become even more famous and made him one of the biggest teen stars of his time.

At the beginning of his music career, he would tour with the Backstreet Boys with his older brother Nick.

During this time, he was also well-known as an actor and got parts in shows for pre-teens like Lizzie McGuire and Sabrina, the Teenage Witch.

Carter’s success kept going up, and in 2001, his third studio album, Oh Aaron, went platinum. Carter put out Another Earthquake! the next year, which would be his last studio album for 16 years.

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Carter would come back to music in 2018 with Love, which would be his fifth and last studio album.

Carter sold more than 10 million albums all over the world during his music career.

Fans may also remember Carter from the reality TV show “Dancing with the Stars,” in which he appeared in 2009.

The Los Angeles Times reported in September that Aaron Carter had gone to rehab for the fifth time to try to get custody of his 10-month-old son, Prince, whom he shared with his fiancée, Melanie Martin.

At the time, the couple’s son was taken away by the police because there had been reports of domestic violence and drug use.

Carter insisted that he didn’t have to go back to rehab because of a court order. Instead, he went back “to take care of aftercare.”

At the time, he told the US Sun: “There’s been no relapses. I haven’t had any relapses […] it’s just triggers are big right now for me. You know, so, I just, I want my son back.”

At this time, we are thinking about Carter’s family, friends, and fans.