Aaron Carter, 31, has flaunted his thriler large new tattoo on his face amid ongoing questions about his state of mind.
“Aaron Charles Carter”, an American singer who first came to fame as a pop and hip hop singer in the late 1990s, establishing himself as a star among pre-teen and teenage audiences during the first years of the 21st century with his four studio albums.
“Aaron Carter” captioned on Instagram: “I’m the biggest thing in music right now. I can’t be denied. Fact checks me.”
The tattoo covering the left side of the “Aaron Carter’s” face showed Medusa, the Greek gorgon with snakes for hair.
Speaking to a camera crew in Lancaster, California, on Wednesday, Carter said he’s been doing well amid the family crisis.
His siblings had claimed they felt in danger amid Aaron’s ‘increasingly alarming behavior’ combined with the arsenal of handguns and rifles he’s shown off on social media.
‘I sold all my guns yesterday,’ the Saturday Night artist said.
On Asking his relations with family Aaron said: ‘I don’t want to speak about my family anymore, really, it’s just not something that I want to mention, cause I kind of feel like it’s like a set-up, left and right, and I just want to avoid it.
‘If you look at what’s going on, I mean, you can see for yourself with the documented evidence, police reports, how all the dots are connecting and, at this point, I’ve done all I can do.’
Aaron said he doesn’t speak with his brother Nick, who claimed on social media earlier this month that Aaron admitted ‘he harbors thoughts and intentions of killing my pregnant wife and unborn child.’
Aaron questioned the timing of how long it took Nick to contact authorities about the troubling communications he cited in his bid for a restraining order.
He vowed he ‘will prevail’ in the dispute, adding, ‘And the truth will set you free.’
“Aaron” on seeking professional help: ‘I’m in a good place … I’m getting the help that I need … they have to figure out, exactly, what’s going on with me, I’m going through the right people.’
Aaron said his professional life is surging as well, as he’s been in talks to work on TV projects with the networks MTV and WeTV.
Carter was just nine years old when he released his self-titled debut album, selling a million copies worldwide.