Aaron Carter‘s son, Princeton Carter, 2, is suing medical doctors in a wrongful loss of life lawsuit, TMZ reported. Melanie Martin, the mom of the late singer’s solely baby reportedly filed the lawsuit on the toddler’s behalf, and is accusing the medical crew that handled her former fiance, who died by drowning on the age of 34 on November 5, 2022, with prescribing Hydrocodone, Oxycodone and Alprazolam with out medical justification. The lawsuit additionally claimed the medical doctors knew of Aaron’s “psychological well being and psychiatric situation.”
The lawsuit claims Walgreens pharmacy and others shouldn’t have given the “Aaron’s Get together” crooner entry to the portions of medicine that they did due to his obvious psychiatric points. The lawsuit is searching for unspecified damages right now.
Aaron was sadly discovered lifeless in his bathtub by a housekeeper and his official explanation for loss of life was dominated as drowning on account of taking Xanax and huffing. Since his tragic loss of life, Melanie has been sharing regular tributes to him on social media and sometimes posts pictures and movies of their son. Simply weeks after Aaron’s loss of life, she shared a birthday submit for the infant, which might be seen beneath.
“Completely happy birthday to my child boy Prince Lyric Carter 🙏❤️👑. At present goes to be a tricky one for me however I do know your daddy is taking part in birthday songs for you up in heaven I like you child boy!!!🎶🎤❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️💔💔💔💔💔💔💔💔,” Melanie wrote alongside a collage of pictures of the doting dad and the infant boy.
Aaron and Melanie first began courting round early 2020. As soon as they went public with their romance that very same 12 months, they might usually stream in movies collectively and submit loving messages to one another in posts. The previous lovebirds have been additionally open in regards to the ups and downs of their relationship, together with the joyous time they welcomed Princeton in 2021. At one level, they reportedly have been going by a custody battle after they each misplaced custody on account of home violence and drug use considerations.