Aaron Carter: Michael Jackson Gave Me Wine and Cocaine

July 01, 2011 16:57:18 GMT

The 23-year-old singer decides to let the cat out of the bag, claiming that during his friendship with the late King of Pop, he supplied him with alcohol and drugs.

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Aaron Carter has revealed an eight-year-old secret involving him and the late Michael Jackson. The former child star said that he befriended the King of Pop when he was only 15 and he supplied him with drugs and alcohol.

"I never talked about it This is the first time," Carter told OK Magazine. "I do I miss Michael I have spent such incredible times with him. I did things with him that nobody else did. But I was also troubled about what he did to me."

Going more specific on what kind of alcohol was offered, Aaron said, "Yes, he gave me wine. I mean, I could have refused, but I was 15." He continued, "He gave me cocaine. I felt weird about that and other stuff. We spoke afterwards, hours and hours, on the phone. I admired Michael, but his behavior bothered me a lot. Then my mother called the police."

Michael's life has been haunted with accusations that he has molested young boys. Back in 2004, Aaron's mother revealed about a night where Aaron spent the night at Michael's Neverland Ranch and was given drugs. But Aaron denied his mother's allegation, telling People, "I don't do drugs. I didn't do them with Michael Jackson and I don't do them with anyone else."

Aaron entered rehab earlier this year to seek help for "some emotional and spiritual issues." He also has a history of substance abuse in the past and was arrested in 2008 for investigation of marijuana possession.


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posted by Words of Wisdom on Jul 02, 2011
How conveniently vivid the memory is after MJ's death. You can't be charged with defamation of character after a persons death.
posted by karen on Jul 02, 2011
He also never said he called the cops, or that anything freaked him out about Michael Jackson. He said something about him being a bit different, 'weird' but for the most part he said only positive things about the man. so let's stop this crap and let the man rest in peace.
posted by karen on Jul 02, 2011
actually this tabloid crap has already been debunked as just that; audio tapes were made available and at no time did this dude say that MJ provided him with cocaine ( he admitted to being at a party where alcohol was available, and that he had some...anyone reading this who didn't by age fifteen???). The rest is fiction, the 'reporter' looking to make a quick buck. nothing changes. what crap.
posted by Creole on Jul 01, 2011
Really?! The thing kids will say... Liar, liar pants should explode with extreme fire!
posted by Dale on Jul 01, 2011
oh boy... where there's smoke... I wonder if there will be more drug allegations brought up by other youths now. I'm glad it wasn't worse stuff, but dang, supplying 15 yr old celebs with coke and wine they didn't ask for, is really embarrassing.

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