- Aaron Carter seemed busy touring the world for the promotion of his latest album
- The singer shared about finally owning his 'first home in California via Twitter
- Carter shared photos of the three-bedroom, three-bathroom home he purchased
Aaron Carter seemed to be very busy touring around the world for his latest album promotion. The singer shared about purchasing a house in California via Twitter.
Carter also shared how hard he worked to keep himself out of trouble. He was arrested for drunk driving a few years ago and had undergone rehab.
'I finally own my first home in California, I have a place to call my own, worked very diligently and consecutively on myself Mind Body & Soul and kept myself out of trouble,' he wrote.
'I get to do what I love everyday thanks to everyone who believe in me At this point in my life," the singer added.
He also shared snaps of the house he purchased.
Carter shares updates to his fans about his life. He was reported to be dating the artist Lina Valentina.
However, their pictures together which was posted on Carter's Instagram are now not visible. His recent tweet would probably explain the reason for this.
Aaron's weight loss shocked his followers. The singer battled a prescription drug addiction and an eating disorder in 2017. In February 2018, Carter reported improvement in his condition including therapy for coping with the May 2017 death of his father and a later breakup with a longtime girlfriend, that his weight was a healthier 160 pounds
'I struggled from an eating disorder, so I had seven ulcers,' the singer said in an interview with Entertainment Tonight.
Aaron Carter rose to fame during the 90's. His brother is the famous Nick Carter of the Backstreet Boys. On November 22, 2013, Carter filed a bankruptcy petition to shed more than $3.5 million in debt, mostly taxes owed from the money made at the height of his popularity.
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