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Aaron Carter was visited by the police and the paramedics at his house on Wednesday night, concerned about a possible overdose, which was later considered to be a false alarm.
The 32-year-old musician, was doing a live stream with his fans, when he dozed off, the video is still in progress. The onset of apathy, concerned viewers, enough to call the police. A portion of the current which is obtained by TMZ, the police can be heard entering the Crankcase, in the bedroom, and waking up to him without incident.
“Aaron!” an officer shouts in the video. “What is it, brother? F – – – man, are you OK?”
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“What’s the matter with you?” a groggy, but Carter answers. “Yeah, we’re good.”
Carter also told the outlet that the police broke into his place, and after no one answered the door. The star was found asleep in his bedroom with the music on the live stream and continue to play with it. Mr. Carter explained to the officers that he was not suicidal, he had no pills or threat of harm to themselves. The first responders ultimately will be deemed the incident a false alarm.
Representatives for Carter and does not immediately respond to Fox News’ request for comment.
The police visited Aaron Carter’s house after he fell asleep on a live stream with their fans.
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Ironically enough, the live stream accident comes weeks after mr. Carter told fans on Twitter that he was going to take a break from time to time to interact with fans online.
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“Taking a break” from all social media and have some time for myself,” Carter wrote. “There’s been a lot of tension building up, and I’m going to be 32 soon.”
The police were said to be concerned about a possible overdose, given Carter’s history of using illegal drugs. In September, the star revealed during an appearance on “The Doctors” that he has a lot of medicines used for the control of multiple medical diagnoses.
“The official diagnosis is that I suffer from a multiple personality disorder, schizophrenia, acute anxiety; I’m a manic-depressive,” says Carter. “I’ve been prescribed Xanax, Seroquel, Gabapentin, Hydroxyzine, Trazodone, Omeprazole.”
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He Later explained that he was working with the medical profession to wean itself from the amount of drugs he had prior to his appearance on the show. However, his behavior is not called into question, in the middle of a legal battle with his family, which saw brothers Nick, and the Sting out of the game for him.