After the death of the child star
Aaron Carter’s son (1) is to inherit everything
Singer Aaron Carter died in November. His mother is now telling what will happen to the inheritance and how she intends to settle her future relationship with her grandson.
Aaron Carter died in early November of this year. His mother says in a new interview that his son should be the sole heir.
For years, Aaron Carter († 34) was at loggerheads with his family. After all: As far as his legacy is concerned, the family seems to be pulling in the same direction. His mother, Jane Carter, 63, told TMZ she wants his son, one-year-old Prince, to inherit his father’s half-million-dollar estate. She justifies her decision by saying that the family “does not need the money”.
The mother of the late child star also says that she has not yet been able to meet her grandson – and that she absolutely wants to change that. In the future, she wishes that she could develop a relationship with little ones and Carter’s on-off partner Melanie Martin (30).
After Aaron was found dead in the bathtub of his California home on November 5, Angel Carter (34), Aaron’s twin sister, is to manage the estate. This also seems to be in the interests of his fiancee Melanie Martin. She told Us Weekly, “I don’t want any problems or stress over Aaron’s estate. I just want Prince to be taken care of and Aaron’s legacy to live on… Anyone who wants to be in Prince’s life can be in Prince’s life.”
Despite the shock news, Nick Carter wanted to go on stage
Aaron’s brother, Backstreet Boys star Nick Carter, 42, previously said it was tough performing on stage the day after Aaron died. He told Extra about the aftermath of his younger brother’s death and how his bandmates supported him when he decided to sing in London hours after his death. Nick said: “It was very emotional for me to have my boys with me. There’s an old adage that’s stuck with us for years, ‘The show must go on’, but that night I didn’t know what to expect. I didn’t know what would come out of going on that stage. Getting the reaction from the fans was definitely reassuring and meant a lot to me.”
Nick Carter was spotted sobbing at the Backstreet Boys concert in November, when the group paid tribute to the late singer by playing “No Place” while photos of the siblings were shown on screen. (bang/praise)