Read Aaron Carter’s Toxic Family Twitter Rant

Aaron Carter (image via Instagram)

Aaron Carter has a thing or two to say about his family and their allegations against him.

Yesterday, we told you that Nick Carter has filed a restraining order against his younger brother, Aaron. The restraining order claims that the younger brother has been exhibiting “increasingly alarming behavior” and even threatened to kill his “pregnant wife and unborn child.”

Nick Carter then shared on Twitter yesterday that he and his sister Angel have both filed their own restraining orders against Aaron.

“After careful consideration, my sister Angel and I regret that we were required to seek a restraining order against our brother Aaron today,” Nick wrote.

Aaron, however, denies that statement.

Aaron responded to Nick’s restraining order with his own tweet on Tuesday. Aaron states that he once gave his brother $100,000 to support him, and now feels hurt by his brother’s actions. “This is the thank you,” he wrote before tweeting separately, “Take Care @nickcarter we’re done for life.”

And earlier this morning, Carter posted a series of tweets to clap back at his family. The stream of tweets condemns his brother for abusing and bullying him. Aaron states that he was simply advocating for his mother in rehab before his family decided to silence him (again, as an intimidation tactic).

Aaron has since gone into a long rant about his brother’s sexual deviant past concerning allegedly molesting and raping women, hushing court cases, his sister raping him as a child, and his families’ group-wide struggle with mental health.

Honestly, Aaron Carter’s tweets are too long and ongoing to recap them all word-for-word. So, we’ve taken some screencaps to share with you (Read from the bottom up for each new picture).


Honestly, there is a lot going on with the Carter family. And they’re just presenting it all to the world through social media. And at this point, we don’t know what to make of it.

What we do know is that this family needs to either go to therapy or court. And frankly, it looks like they’ve chosen the latter.

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