Aaron Carter’s fiancée has been spotted getting her things out of his house just days after the singer was found dead in the bathtub.
Distraught Melanie Martin called police on Tuesday at Carter’s $800,000 home in Lancaster, California to “keep the peace” as she packed her belongings into a moving van.
Carter, 34, was found dead in his home on Nov. 5, and according to police, the singer drowned. His medically trained neighbors said they were trying to save Carter, but his nanny wouldn’t let them in.
Martin was seen wearing a colorful hoodie looking through the front door of the house as others helped her yesterday.
The couple had been on and off together since 2020 and share a one-year-old son.
Melanie Martin, Aaron Carter’s fiancée, was seen taking her belongings from the singer’s California home, days after he was found dead
The ex-fiancé was spotted wearing a colorful hoodie while a huge moving van was parked in the driveway
Martin was seen in an exciting car wearing a hoodie, pink pants and black boots
Others were seen helping Martin pack her belongings, but it’s unclear who they are
Carter and Martin had a troubled relationship leading up to the birth of their son on November 22, 2012. The couple has been on and off since 2020
A huge moving van was seen in front of the house, along with trash on the stairs leading to Carter’s house
Martin called the police to guard the house and ‘save the piece’ while she packed up with a few others
Since January 2020, Carter and Martin had a troubled relationship that led to the birth of their son on November 22, 20121.
The singer told DailyMail.com in August that the two were not together and were done for good.
It’s unclear what the couple’s relationship status was leading up to Carter’s death, but Martin released a statement, calling him her “fiance.”
She wrote: ‘My fiancé Aaron Carter has passed away. I love Aaron with all my heart and it will be a journey to raise a son without a father. Please respect my family’s privacy when dealing with the loss of someone we love very much. We are still in the process of accepting this unfortunate reality. Your thoughts and prayers are much appreciated.’
Carter filed for custody of their son earlier this year and filed for protection at the Antelope Valley Courthouse in Los Angeles County.
At the time, he accused Martin of “emotional distress, fear, pushing and scratching,” claiming she used the threat of suicide to “emotionally abuse” him.
Two police officers were stationed outside Carter’s home
Aaron and Melanie posed with newborn son Prince at their home in Lancaster, California, in January. Prince is born November 2021
Carter filed for custody of their son and a petition for protection at the Antelope Valley Courthouse in Los Angeles County earlier this year.
Earlier this week, it was revealed that Martin told Carter ‘she feared he would die if he didn’t stop panting’ during an Instagram live – days before he died.
A video reportedly included in a live stream the singer recorded in the days leading up to his death and obtained by TMZ shows Aaron reading a message he believes came from Martin, 35, which read: “If it’s true what you do, don’t come alive. You are dying.
‘I love you, this is not safe. Please don’t do this to yourself.’
In the video. Aaron mentions Melanie as a comment, “She says, “I don’t care anymore”. ‘Leave me alone Melanie! Dude, can’t you take a hint!
The star then says, “She just told me “you’re going to die”. Wow, that’s twisted.’
Carter has previously admitted to having a panting addiction.
Huffing, “means inhaling (or ‘huffing’) fumes from everyday household products, such as glue, cleaning agents or paint — producing a high similar to the effects of alcohol.”
Melanie Martin Was Seen Crying Outside Carter’s California Home After He Was Found Dead
Carter’s death shocked the entertainment industry — and one couple recently revealed to DailyMail.com that he might have been saved if his nanny had let a medically trained couple into the house on Saturday.
Neighbors Anthony and Amanda Cheval said they rushed to the singer’s home around 11 a.m. Saturday after hearing a 911 call on the police scanner.
Amanda, who is a licensed nurse, immediately grabbed their bag containing an automated external defibrillator and ran across the street to rescue the singer. But Carter’s nanny refused to let the couple in.
“I heard them call a 927D—code for a possible corpse—for Aaron Carter’s address.” Anthony, 45, a company safety manager who teaches CPR and also works for a local news agency, told DailyMail.com Monday.
“I knocked on the door several times,” he said. “Finally after a few minutes a black woman opened the door.”
Cheval said the woman was hysterical and foaming on both sides of her mouth. He asked her if she needed help.
“But the nanny yelled, ‘He’s gone, he’s dead, he’s gone.’
“She yelled that over and over.”
Cheval said he had again asked her to let them in. ‘Let’s help you, let’s try. My wife is a registered nurse, let her help.’
To which the nanny replied, “I can’t let you in.”
The woman’s identity was not revealed.
Police escorted Aaron Carter’s “house sitter” from his home on Saturday after finding him dead in his bathtub. The woman refused to let the medically trained neighbors in to help
Aaron Carter in 1997, just as he was releasing his first albums and starting his career as a rapper
Carter first rose to fame as a teen pop star in the early 2000s, with hits such as “I Want Candy” and “Aaron’s Party.” He is pictured performing in Germany in 1998
Nick Carter (left) said of his brother, “I’ve always held on to the hope that he would somehow find a healthy path.” They are in the picture together in 2006