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Former child actor Aaron Carter recounts bizarre encounter with Michael Jackson in his posthumous memoir.

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Aaron Carter recalls a shocking example of Michael Jackson

After Aaron Carter’s death Saturday, his posthumous memoir will be released next week, and his memoir has spread all over the internet.

The book, titled “Aaron Carter: The Incomplete Story of an Incomplete Life,” will provide more details about the late singer’s life.

In any case, Carter recalls in his book the alleged incident at Michael Jackson’s Neverland Ranch in August 2003, when he was only 15 years old.

“Michael and I walked into the main house alone and headed to his bedroom area,” he wrote.

Also, he added, “After a while, I said I was going to sleep. I didn’t really think about where I was going to sleep. He pulled the crib next to this bed and it was ready.

Carter continued, “I never asked for the crib, but it was there. I didn’t care. I was tired. He turned off the light, got into his bed, and we went to bed.

He continued, “A few hours later, something woke me up. I sat up and found Michael standing at the foot of my cot in a white corset.

Besides, he claims, “I shake him gently to wake him,” back to your bed! He just grunted, “Okay,” and went back to his bed and we all went back to sleep.

Carter mentioned, ‘I never asked him about it, and we never mentioned it. When I woke up in the morning, he had left his room.

Aaron Carter talks more about Michael Jackson in his memoir

Aaron Carter further revealed that he smoked marijuana with Michael Jackson during the visit. He said the late pop star “smoked like a thug”.

On top of that, the Billie Jean singer was detained less than three months later on child molestation charges.

Carter wrote that police came to interview him shortly after his trip to Neverland. At the time, he told authorities that Jackson had not touched him inappropriately.

Additionally, Carter has defended Jackson in the past. He spoke about Jackson at Marriage Booth: The Reality Home Edition taping.

He called him “a very nice guy, as far as I know, a really nice guy.”

Furthermore, he said, “he never did anything inappropriate — except once.”


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