Aaron Cater Onlyfans Scandal
Before his death on November 5, 2022, former child star Aaron Carter confused his remaining followers with a questionable moneymaking scam.
Nick Carter's younger brother was Aaron Carter. “I Want Candy,” “Aaron's Party,” and “Bounce” made him famous in the early 2000s. He started performing at age seven.
The bisexual "rapper brother and sister-in-law filed a restraining order against him after a decade of scandals. At 26, he declared bankruptcy, owing $3.5 million.
His latest controversy involved using a young artist's copyrighted work to market his $100 hoodies. Carter responded, “Guess I'll see you in small claims court F**KERY.”
He launched an OnlyFans account, charging $50-125 for single, explicit photos of him, apparently because his hoodies weren't selling.
An extra $50 would have disclosed Carter's "locked" shower photo, which followers discovered leaked online in February that year.
Fans didn't like the. After paying for an exclusive shot that had been widely publicized, Aaron Carter reporter Jenny B stated subscribers felt "extremely upset and feeling duped."
Worse, Carter led them to assume that his OnlyFans account would display graphic images of him and his then-girlfriend, Melanie Martin, but they only saw her legs and arms.
He's using her name on their page to draw Melanie fans. Another AC scam, Jenny wrote.
Aaron Carter's public social media profiles demonstrate what you're missing for people who couldn't afford his high prices.
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