As revealed by his management, the “relentless” abuse that Aaron Carter endured may have contributed to the tragic outcome.
Lancaster, in the state of California – The manager of Aaron Carter. A celebrity who passed away suddenly at the beginning of this month has spoken out about the devastating impact that hatred and cyberbullying had on his client.
Carter’s former manager, Taylor Helgeson, stated that the 34-year-old endured a great deal of pain. Due to the nonstop barrage of hatred directed toward him both online and, on occasion, in real life. They provided this information in an interview with Page Six.
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Helgeson was asked if he believed the singer’s passing was related to cyberbullying. He responded: “It didn’t help. It was like a nightmare. It never let up; the pressure was constant and intense. And without a doubt, that dealt him quite a blow.”
He also said that Carter was well aware of the poisonous content that could be found on social media and frequently read the abusive messages, even though there had been measures made to shield the pop singer from the harmful content.
Hecklers Attacked and Mocked Carter
There were also events in which hecklers attacked and mocked Carter. An experience that A cleaner who was cleaning his bathtub discovered the death of Carter on November 5t. According to Helgeson had a significant impact on him. “He didn’t let it show in the performance, but after he walked offstage. He was like unfortunate,” he recounted of the performer.
The toxic combination of natural and online interactions left a significant imprint on the former member of Backstreet Boy: “When he logs onto Twitter, he finds the same individuals who have been bullying him and uploading videos about the incident. In addition to that, he would look at this material.”
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The death of Carter was discovered on November 5 by a cleaner who was cleaning his bathtub. Even though further information has come to light and his brother Nick. With whom he had a problematic relationship, blamed “addiction and mental illness,” an official cause of death has not yet been confirmed.