Aaron Carter’s Rep Responds To Mom’s Drug Claims

’s rep, Brad Zeifman, called The New York Post the other day to respond to claims from Aaron’s mother Jane in the National Enquirer that the teen pop star was a drug addict. “ is bewildered and saddened by the allegations made by his mother.” Zeifman said. “Aaron emphatically denies having or having ever had a drug problem. Jane Carter is clearly trying to exploit her son’s success in order to promote her book deal and other projects. After severing his management contract with her, his mother continuously attempts to use the media to damage his career and further her own.”

Aaron Carter Attends TJ Martell’s ‘Family Day’

March 9, 2005 – Aaron Carter, who “fired” his mother Jane, is fresh off of embarrassing photos in the National Enquirer of him appearing to be smoking marijuana, and hours after his brother Nick Carter of the Backstreet Boys was arrested for drunken driving, attended “Family Day” at the 6th Annual TJ Martell Foundation InDoor Carnival event with Lou Pearlman in New York City on Sunday (March 6). Check out pictures from FilmMagic and GettyImages.

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3 thoughts on “Aaron Carter’s Rep Responds To Mom’s Drug Claims

  1. galleta says:

    I love the Carters…lol they are so white trashy…hahahahahaha… but all kidding aside, they are real that’s for sure. I thought he had broken ties with fat Louie. Oh well..lets see what drama occurs next in the Carter clan

  2. astrange1 says:

    OMG!!! Get Aaron away from those kids!!! God knows what sort of games he learned at his sleepovers with MJ at Neverland!

  3. BadAss4Backstreet says:

    I guess I just don’t understand why anyone would wanna bring down a family who have never done anything to society. It’s not like these people have asked for constant publicity and for their private lives to be invaded like this. I guess I just don’t get it….. It would be one thing if they asked for everything they did to be front page news, but they’ve always been so private….they’ve been able to keep the line between private and public life. Why now? After nearly 10 years of decency.

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