The circumstances behind Aaron Carter's passing are becoming clearer. A video demonstrates that the singer's on-and-off fiancée was concerned about Aaron in the days preceding
his death at the age of 34. Aaron was uploading a livestream video the week before his death when Melanie Martin texted him, "You're going to die." Aaron was visibly disturbed by the
statement made by the mother of his young son, Prince. The message's context is unknown. During the webcast, fans also voiced concern about Aaron. On November 5, the singer of "I Want Candy"
was discovered dead in a bathtub in his Lancaster, California, home by his maid. Two days later, on November 8, TMZ claimed that many cans of compressed air were discovered in Aaron's bedroom
and bathroom, prompting authorities to speculate that he may have huffed before to his death. Apparently, prescription medicines were also discovered. In addition,
the DailyMail.com uncovered some unsettling charges, including that Aaron's medically trained neighbors heard a panicked 911 call on a police scanner and rushed to his house before
paramedics or police officers arrived. However, despite being equipped with a defibrillator, the housekeeper - the same one who discovered Aaron - allegedly denied them
admission into the residence. Additionally, according to the neighbors, the housekeeper first refused to let sheriff's deputies enter the residence. The official reason of
Aaron's death is yet unknown. It is suspected that he had been deceased for quite some time when he was discovered in the bathtub.