Aaron Carter’s on-again, off-again fiancée Melanie Martin seen sobbing outside his home
November 5, 2022 | 9:10pm
Aaron Carter’s on-again, off-again fiancée Melanie Martin was photographed sobbing outside the singer’s home after news of his death at age 34.
The model, 30, cried as she sat between a man and a woman who appeared to be comforting her.
Martin uploaded a TikTok video of herself weeping in her car, shortly after the news of Carter’s death broke.
She then followed it up with an Instagram Story photo of her and Carter sharing a smooch with the words, “I can’t breathe” written over it.
Later she shared a statement regarding the performer’s passing.
“We are still in the process of accepting this unfortunate reality,” the statement read. “Your thoughts and prayers are greatly appreciated.”
The couple first began dating in early 2020.
Less than two months into the relationship, the “I Want Candy” got inked with Melissa’s first name above his right eyebrow.
After breakups and reunions, the two got engaged in June 2020after Martin was arrested for felony domestic violence and released on a $50,000 bond.
Days later Carter alleged on Instagram that he was “trapped” inside of his bedroom because Martin refused to leave his house. Earlier, Carter had announced that they were calling it quits because Martin allegedly communicated with his estranged twin sister, Angel Carter.
Carter and Martin had a tempestuous relationship.
Carter and Martin began dating in 2020.
In 2019, Nick accused his brother of harboring “thoughts and…
“My sister communicating w my ex-fiancé ruined everything considering she knew what angel tried to do to me in court,” Carter claimed, adding in a separate tweet, “She knew my boundaries and especially not to speak to a certain half of my family that tried to depict me as a crazy psychotic human being and a pedophile.”
The two reunited with Martin later claiming that Carter had broken three of her ribs in a domestic dispute.
Last September, Carter revealed that Martin’s mother had temporary custody of Prince due to the couple’s domestic violence and drug use concerns and he was entering a voluntary rehab program in a bid to win back custody.