Aaron Carter, a previous youngster pop vocalist and more youthful sibling of Backstreet Young men's Scratch Carter, has kicked the bucket, a source near the family told CNN. He was 34.

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A representative for the Los Angeles Province Sheriff's Specialty told CNN they answered a call for help at Carter's Lancaster, California home on Saturday morning around 11 a.m. neighborhood time, where a departed individual was found at the scene.

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Specialists gave no data about a potential reason for death.

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Carter, who originally found notoriety as a kid with pop melodies like "I Need Sweets" and "Smash on You," is made due by his 11-month-old child, Sovereign.

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The artist's presentation studio collection, "Aaron Carter," was delivered in 1997 and he proceeded as the initial represent the Backstreet Young men prior that year

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Carter was likewise known for his jobs on TV programs, for example, "Lizzie McGuire" on Disney Station and "seventh Paradise," which appeared on The WB Telecom company.

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He likewise showed up on his family's world series on E! Entertaiment TV, "Place of Carters

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The artist got a generous overflow of adoration and backing from fans and different famous people in 2017 after he emerged as sexually unbiased.

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