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Aaron Carter is pulling back the curtain to show the world his truth.
The singer opened up in a massive way on his mental health battle, and will be revealed in a moving interview on “The Doctors” that he has received a variety of medical diagnoses.
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“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.”
“This is your life. … Hey, I’ve got nothing to hide,” the former child star said: “for the love of a large, clear plastic bag of medications, over-the-counter to give the viewers a little perspective on this.
“I have not taken opioid drugs,” Carter, 31, he said, before adding, “Oh, no, no, no, no. That’s what I did. I’ve had my teeth done, I’ve had six crowns, so I had to take Hydrocodone.”
The two-part interview, nor did john Carter for a drug test in order to prove that he is clean of all recreational drugs, and his mother, Jane, is in an emotional struggle with her son, about her alleged drinking habits. Mr. Carter said that his mother’s choice on that front will determine whether or not they are still a part of his life.
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Carter’s two-part interview on “The Doctors” kicks off on Thursday and Friday.