Dead Photos Posted by Aaron's Mother Sparked Cops' Investigation

Dead Photos Posted by Aaron's Mother Sparked Cops' Investigation

Updated on March 03, 2023 17:09 PM by Andrew Koschiev

According to Aaron Carter's mother, "awful photos" taken from his Lancaster, Pennsylvania, home show his death scene. Her post-Wednesday was a way to urge authorities to investigate Carter's death as a possible homicide after she died in November. She goes by Jane Schneck on Facebook. My son Aaron Carter was found dead at the scene of a drug overdose, and the coroner ruled it an accident. I want to share the photos of the scene with you." she wrote on Facebook.

Found Carter's dead body in his tub

(Image Credits: Los Angles Times)

It hasn't been determined what the official cause of the musician's death was. Still, according to online records, the Los Angeles County Medical Examiner-Coroner says it has deferred the case pending more investigation. According to the report in November, the agency performed an autopsy but held off on releasing a cause of death until chemical tests were done. According to the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department's statement, "homicide detectives continue their investigation into the death of Aaron Carter." So far, no foul play has been found during the investigation. The autopsy results of Mr Carter's body aren't in yet. It's still unclear what happened to the 34-year-old actor." Authorities said he was found dead in his bathtub in November.

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Thursday, there was no immediate response from the coroner's office and the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department. Despite Carter's past addiction, "they did not investigate the scene as a crime scene," her mother wrote. It looked like the inside of Carter's bathroom in the images she posted, which she said weren't police-taken. A bathtub filled with green water. Other photos showed soiled clothes, rags, towels, and garments all over the stained floor, toilet, and clothes strewn around.

She claimed that although homicide information was there for years, many people were harassing Aaron and making life miserable for him. Look at the photos, and the police didn't take them; people were let in and out." She urged television journalist and legal commentator Scott Sherman in a separate post. Nancy Grace to help with the investigation, saying a proper investigation had not been conducted. Furthermore, she denied the claim that Carter's body was discovered by a housekeeper and said her family friends "absolutely support" her in posting the "evil" photos.

She felt bad about the investigation process

Law Enforcement has not and hasn't taken us seriously in Lancaster. Without time or inclination to address my son's mental illness and prescription drug abuse, they allowed everyone to go through what should have been at least an investigation." For me, Melanie, or anyone who truly cared about my son, it would not work because they wanted something easy to deal with." The people responsible must be held accountable. 

A coroner ruled out drowning in January after Carter's fiancée, Melanie Martin, reported that water was not found in Carter's lungs despite his body being found in the tub. The couple told the site then that they had waited for toxicology test results and wanted law enforcement to investigate the alleged drug deal, a long-term estranged family member, the night of his death. Carter owed an unidentified person $800 for an unknown substance, according to Martin, who found text messages from an unknown person on his phone. Despite Carter's pleas that he no longer needed the substance, the person responded that he still owed money and said it didn't matter.

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