After the autopsy results for Aaron Carter’s death were made public, his ex-fiancee Melanie Martin began to have doubts about the manner in which he died.

by Nathan C

After it was established that singer Aaron Carter’s death in his toilet was caused by the sedative effects of alprazolam and difluoroethane, his ex-fiancee Melanie Martin has spoken out.

Melanie Martin still has doubts about what happened to Aaron Carter.

According to the most current findings of the Los Angeles County Medical Examiner-Coroner, the 34-year-old singer drowned in his toilet on November 5. The death of Carter was announced on April 18 by E! News, using data found online. The reasons of death were indicated as “drowning” and the “effects of difluoroethane and alprazolam” on the death certificates.

For air spray cleaning, compressed difluoroethane is employed. Alprazolam is the generic alternative to the brand-name medication Xanax.

Melanie said after hearing the autopsy results, “The results of the autopsy are not closure for me.”

He was supposedly found drowning in the bathtub, although he was also donning a t-shirt and necklace. “Why would he be in a bathtub wearing clothes?” she said. The loss of Aaron has been devastating. This story does nothing to help us make sense of what happened.

Former child actor Aaron was found at his home in Palmdale, California, according to a prior statement made by a representative for Aaron to E! News.

Prince was born to the singer of “Crush on You” and his wife Melanie on November 22, 2021.

Melanie told People shortly after Aaron’s death, “I will now be raising our son as a single mother.” Never before have I felt so powerless, but for our son’s sake, I must be strong. A direct quotation from the protagonist: “I’m devastated.”

When Prince turned one (he is now 17 months old), Melanie said it was a “tough one.”

Mommy gushed, “Happy birthday to my baby boy Prince Lyric Carter,” and added, “your daddy is playing birthday songs for you up in heaven.”

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