Aaron Carter’s supervisor is completely satisfied the deliberate launch of a posthumous memoir has gone via.
“We are more than happy to be taught that the recollections have been postponed and want to thank Andy Symonds [publisher of Ballast Books] for doing so,” his supervisor, Taylor Helgeson, stated in a press release offered to CNN. “Thank you for respecting our needs and the needs of the household.”
Carter was discovered lifeless within the bathtub of his residence in Lancaster, California, on November 5. He was 34 years previous.
The plan to launch “Aaron Carter: An Incomplete Story of an Incomplete Life” was met with criticism, together with from Carter’s ex-girlfriend, actress Hilary Duff, who referred to as it “disgusting.”
“Reducing Aaron’s life story to what seems to be unverified click on bait for revenue is sickening,” Duff, who dated Carter on and off from 2000 to 2003, advised the Daily Mail. “Not in any respect. In any method I approve of shedding some mild on what is clearly an uninformed and ruthless theft of cash.”
Scott Atherton, the lawyer for Ballast Books, stated in a extensively reported assertion that the ebook’s launch was delayed “out of respect for the Carter household.”
“Mr. Carter was not solely a celeb, but in addition a father, a brother, a son and a pal to so many who nonetheless mourn him,” he stated.
The Los Angeles County coroner continues to be working to find out Carter’s reason for demise.