How Rich Was Aaron Carter? Net Worth, Career, Salary

Aaron Carter, a 34-year-old American rapper, and musician died on November 5, 2022. Carter was allegedly discovered dead inside a bathtub after the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department responded to a plea for aid at his California home around 11 a.m. local time on Saturday. According to law enforcement, his corpse was found by a home caretaker, who then contacted the police.

Melanie Martin, Carter’s on-again, off-again girlfriend with whom he had a kid, Prince, also talked to TMZ about the singer’s death, saying:

“Please respect my family’s privacy as we cope with the death of someone we adore.” We are still struggling to comprehend this awful fact. Your prayers and thoughts are much appreciated.”

Aaron Carter made $400,000 each year.

Aaron Carter started his musical career at the age of seven. When he was nine years old, he published his debut album, Aaron’s Party (Come Get It), which was followed by Aaron’s Party (Come Get It) in 2000. Following the release of the album, Carter made guest appearances on series such as Lizzie McGuire and Sabrina the Teenage Witch and toured with the Backstreet Boys. In the late 1990s, he also rose to prominence as a pop and hip-hop singer.

Aaron Carter

Carter released his third album, Oh Aaron, in 2001, and his fourth album, Another Earthquake!, in 2014. In February 2017, he released his EP LoVe, followed by his fifth studio album of the same name the following year. His net worth is estimated to be approximately $400,000 by CelebrityNetWorth. Carter amassed a substantial fortune during the course of his long career in the music and entertainment industries.

Aaron Carter

In October 2018, Aaron Carter paid $430,000 for a 2,686-square-foot home in Lancaster, California. In July 2020, he sold the residence for $599,000. Carter filed for bankruptcy in November 2013, claiming a $3.5 million debt as the reason. His total assets were $8,232, and he owed the IRS $1.368 million, according to the filing. He also claimed to make $2,000 per month and spend $2,005 per month. When he submitted the petition, he claimed to be living with a relative, and his assets included a $500 television, two MacBook laptops, a Louis Vuitton bag, and a $3,500 Breitling watch.

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