Aaron Carter Now Says He Is Ready To Talk About His Real Relationship With Michael Jackson

Grace Higgins | April 13th, 2019

Singer Aaron Carter, has done a complete 180 by now claiming that he has some things to say about his relationship with the late Michael Jackson. Carter,31, knew Jackson for several years starting in the early 90’s. When the documentary ‘Leaving Neverland’ was released last month, Carter said he was never abused by Jackson, and he doesn’t believe the claims made in the film. Now Carter says, “I’m ready to tell my truth.” He was caught at LAX by a crew from ‘TMZ’, and said he is working on a book about his life.


Carter the younger brother of ‘Backstreet Boys’ Nick Carter said he ‘still has the back of the Jackson family, even if what he has to say about Michael might be difficult for them. Jackson died of an accidental drug overdose in June of 2009. Carter has been plagued by drug problems in the last few years, and has had several run ins with the law including a DUI. Carter was asked if he thought ‘Neverland’ should be removed from the HBO line up due to the Jackson family suing the film makers.

Carter said, “To be honest, after like seeing everyone’s story, I was a little bit aggressive, when I talked about it at first. I mean everyone has their own story. Everyone has their own situation so you know, I can’t really take away from that, I don’t know. I can’t be like I was there I was a fly on the wall, I can’t do that I wasn’t there. You know in regards to that situation, I actually have my experience that happened with Micheal, so I’m going to be talking about that in the future.” Carter wouldn’t go into exact details, but implied that what he has to say now, is different than what he said at first. He said his experiences with Michael will be in his forth coming memoir.

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