Almost two weeks after the singer He was found dead at his home in Californiahis manager Taylor Helgeson Remember how “thin” and “very tired” he looked during their last encounters.
“It just seemed like he needed to do anything but work,” Taylor said. Page six In an interview published on November 17, he “looked like he needed to be taken care of.”
While Aaron “doesn’t seem right physically,” Taylor noted that the “I Want Candy” artist was mentally “excited” and had a lot of ideas about his career at the time of his death, including plans for a new album.
“He was very aware of what people wanted to see from him,” Taylor said, adding, “We have a lot of things going on, and you know, Aaron was a really proud guy in his own right as well.”
Aaron passed away on November 5 at the age of 34. Leaving friends and family behindincluding the older brother Nick Cartertwin sister Angel Carter and his 11-month-old son Princewhich he shared with his ex-fiancée Melanie Martin. The cause of his death has not been revealed.
According to Taylor, there are no immediate plans to release Aaron’s music after his death, though he’ll certainly work to see it “go through the right channels” to financially benefit the late star’s child when the time comes. As Taylor explained, “Right now, we’re grieving and we’re not interested in the projects.”
Aaron’s management team previously called on publisher Ballast Books to Announcing plans to release an unfinished memoir about the late star shortly after his death. In a statement to E! News on November 10, his team called the book, which was written by a journalist Andy Simmonds After spending three years interviewing Aaron, he is a “respectable, unsanctioned obscene”.
Aaron’s team added at the time, “This is a time for mourning and reflection and not heartless money-grabbing and attention-seeking.”
Where face backlash Managed by Aaron – and also his ex-girlfriend Hilary Duff—Besides saying it all, Ballast Books has delayed its release “out of respect for the Carter family,” according to a statement shared on behalf of the publisher to Hollywood Reporter.
“My client has decided to delay the further release of the book at this time,” Scott Atherton, a Ballast Books attorney and author of the memoir, told the outlet. Mr. Carter was not only a famous personality, but also a father, brother, son and friend. Many still mourn him. “
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