Graphic Death Scene Photos of Aaron Carter Go Viral - See Photos

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The death of Aaron Carter has taken a new twist, as his mother, Jane Schneck, is demanding further investigation into his untimely demise.

In a shocking move, she has posted graphic photos from the scene of Aaron's death on her Facebook account, hoping to prove that her son was the victim of a crime and not an accidental overdose.

The images, taken in the singer's bathroom where his lifeless body was found by a housekeeper on November 5, 2022, have caused a stir online.

One photograph shows the bathtub, filled to the brim with water that has a greenish tint. Aaron was found dead in the tub, just hours before his body was discovered.

Another snap shows the clothes he had taken off prior to entering the bath, including a Champion hoodie and tie-dye pants.

The photos also show towels strewn on the floor and what appears to be contaminated water spilled on the bathroom tile.

Jane's caption on the post reads: "I'm still trying to get a real investigation for the death of my son Aaron Carter. I want to share these death scene photos with you all because the coroner wrote it off as an accidental drug overdose."

She goes on to argue that the authorities never investigated the scene as a possible crime scene because of Aaron's addiction history.

She believes that the police did not conduct a thorough investigation, as the death scene photos were not taken by law enforcement.

Instead, she claims, people were allowed to enter and exit the bathroom, potentially contaminating important evidence.

In her quest for justice for her son, Jane tells TMZ that she had the full support of Aaron's family and friends in posting the images.

She claims that the authorities simply wanted to sweep her son's death under the rug because of his mental illness and prescription drug issues.

She finds it suspicious that Aaron was allegedly pulled out of the tub while someone performed PCR on the singer, yet the towels appear to be "perfectly placed." She believes that someone must be held accountable for her son's death.

The L.A. County Coroner's Office previously stated that the autopsy did not find any water in Aaron's lungs, meaning he did not drown.

This led investigators to believe that he died from an overdose, which was deemed accidental. However, Jane's posting of the death scene photos has reignited the debate and sparked calls for a deeper investigation into Aaron's death.

Aaron Carter's death has shocked the entertainment industry and his fans, who are still coming to terms with his loss.

The singer was known for his hits, "I Want Candy" and "That's How I Beat Shaq," and was a prominent figure in the pop culture scene of the late 90s and early 2000s.

His death has left a void in the hearts of those who knew him, and Jane's determination to get to the bottom of the matter has only added to the intrigue surrounding this tragic event.

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