Aaron Carter's two-year-old son, Princeton Lyric Cater, has reportedly filed a lawsuit against doctors and the national pharmacy, Walgreens, accusing them of wrongful death in the case of his father, the late pop star Aaron Carter. The lawsuit was filed on Princeton's behalf by his mother, Melanie Martin, and alleges that the doctors prescribed medications without medical justification, despite being aware of Aaron's mental health and psychiatric condition. The medications mentioned in the lawsuit include Hydrocodone, Oxycodone, and Alprazolam (Xanax).
According to the official cause of death, Aaron Carter died from inhaling difluoroethane and taking alprazolam, which led to drowning in a bathtub. The lawsuit claims that the drugs prescribed to Aaron, along with his psychiatric issues, should have raised concerns at the pharmacy. The filing also questions the circumstances surrounding Aaron's death, such as him being found in the bathtub wearing clothes and a necklace.
Melanie Martin, Aaron Carter's ex-partner, expressed her dissatisfaction with the autopsy report, stating that it did not provide closure for her. She questioned the chain of events and raised doubts about the investigation, citing Aaron's past struggles with addiction. Aaron's mother, Jane, also claimed that police treated the bathroom as a possible crime scene due to Aaron's history of addiction and receiving death threats.
In the wake of Aaron Carter's tragic death, his sister Angel and brother Nick, from the Backstreet Boys, paid heartfelt tributes. Angel expressed her love for Aaron and promised to cherish their memories, while Nick acknowledged their complicated relationship but emphasized that addiction and mental illness were the underlying issues.
The lawsuit filed by Princeton Lyric Cater against doctors and Walgreens adds a legal dimension to the tragic death of Aaron Carter. As the case unfolds, it opens up questions about medical practices, pharmaceutical responsibility, and the impact of addiction and mental health on individuals.