In a harrowing new legal claim, Aaron Carter’s two-year old son Princeton alleges that reckless doctors and pharmacies are to blame for the singer’s drowning death.
According to Princeton’s lawsuit, medical professionals carelessly prescribed dangerous drugs like hydrocodone and oxycodone that stripped the troubled 34-year-old of sound judgment.
The complaint asserts that Aaron’s providers neglected his transparent mental issues and continually stocked him with harmful opioids despite the clear risk. Even Walgreens comes under fire for allegedly not flagging the disturbing quantities or questioning the treatment plan given Aaron’s psychiatric past.
The young boy now seeks damages through his mother Melanie, insisting meds not medical need doomed his father. Tragically found submerged in his bathtub last November, Aaron’s official autopsy revealed a lethal cocktail of Xanax and huffing gases in his system.
But this case suggests others criminally contributed to the demise of the former child star battling well-known addiction demons for decades in the spotlight.