Aaron Carter Breaks Down in Tears as He Reveals Shocking Drug and Cosmetic Surgery Addiction


Aaron Carter Breaks Down in Tears as He Reveals Shocking Drug and Cosmetic Surgery Addiction


In addition to opening up about his addiction to painkillers and cosmetic surgery in an emotional interview, the 29-year-old troubled singer addresses rumors he's been using crack cocaine and meth.
Aaron Carter bursts into tears when opening up about his addictions to prescription drugs and cosmetic surgery on "The Doctors". In a two-part interview that will air on Wednesday, September 13, the troubled pop star says he is struggling with an addiction to painkillers and fillers following his DUI arrest over the summer.

Addressing his frail and gaunt appearance amidst rumors he has been using crack cocaine and meth, Aaron says he's become obsessed with going under the needle. "I get fillers. Restylane, Voluma, Rejuviderm. I get all three, and I'm going to continue doing it," he reveals in the first clip of the interview obtained by Daily Mail. "It makes me smile in the mirror."

The beauty procedures do boost his confidence a little, but the 29-year-old singer believes he's heading down a dark part with his obsession. "I see a pretty good looking guy, I'm just skinny," he shares, adding, "And I just want to get better."

In the second sneak peek for the televised interview, Aaron shares details of the pills he's been prescribed by doctors, including Xanax and Oxycodone, which are used to treat anxiety and severe pain respectively. He admits that when he cannot get a prescription, he will turn to the street and get them illegally from dealers.

"I don't mix medications, I do it to release stress of pain or angst," he explains, before saying that he wishes he's not buying them on the streets. Admitting he's been forthright with his doctor about the fact that he's obtaining them illegally, Aaron says, "I have no problem telling exactly what it is." The "Candy" singer adds, "The truth shall set your free and my father always said that."

Aaron opening up about his drug and cosmetic surgery addiction on "The Doctors" comes after a tumultuous few months during which he was charged with marijuana possession and suspicion of driving under the influence following his arrest in Georgia, before later coming out as bisexual. He split from his girlfriend Madison Parker following his confession.


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