Marriage Boot Camp: Reality Stars Family Edition just premiered, and so did Aaron Carter’s new face tattoo. The Carter family has been dealing with some difficult developments in the last few months, and while Aaron Carter’s mother, Jane, might feel comfortable pursuing a new relationship with her son, other members of the family do not.
Nick Carter has taken out a restraining order against Aaron Carter, who has threatened legal action in return. Now, with the premiere of Marriage Bootcamp, Aaron Carter is dishing on what his face tattoo means, and how he’s dealing with the haters and the drama surrounding his family lately.
Nick Carter takes out a restraining order
According to Nick Carter, Aaron Carter has been making some troubling statements about his family. Nick Carter recently felt impelled to take out a restraining order against his younger brother after claims that Aaron Carter threatened Nick Carter’s wife and unborn child.
Nick Carter took to Twitter to explain the restraining order he took out against his younger brother He wrote, “After careful consideration, my sister Angel and I regret that we were required to seek a restraining order against our brother Aaron today. In light of Aaron’s increasingly alarming behavior and his recent confession that he harbors thoughts and intentions of killing my pregnant wife and unborn child, we were left with no choice but to take away every measure possible to protect ourselves and our family. We love our brother and truly hope he gets the proper treatment he needs before any harm comes to himself or anyone else.”
E! News was able to obtain court documents including further details about the restraining order. In these documents, Nick Carter claims that Aaron Carter thinks about harming his wife and unborn child. He claims his sister Angel heard their brother make these comments during a FaceTime conversation.
The documents claim, in part, that Aaron Carter “thinks about killing babies and has thought about killing [Nick’s] wife, Lauren.” They also suggest he “recently admitted to having schizophrenia with multiple other mental disorders.”
Aaron Carter threatens legal action
The Marriage Boot Camp star, meanwhile, denies these accusations by his older brother. He claims that he never said these things. “I am astounded at the accusations being made against me and I do not wish harm to anyone, especially my family,” said the celebrity.
According to Too Fab, Carter suggested that if he can’t patch things up with his older brother, he might be seeking legal recourse. “I hope everything can work out between my brother and I, but if not, it is what it is. We’ll see. If not, I’m going to come out with very, very powerful attorneys,” said Carter.
He added, “I do love you Nick, I do love you. But I ask for you to respect my privacy, I’m moving 5,000 miles away from you guys. So respect my privacy… that’s all I have to say about that.”
Aaron Carter explains his new face tattoo
Carter took saw an opportunity to explain to fans what his new face tattoo means after the premiere episode of Marriage Boot Camp: Reality Stars Family Edition. According to Carter, it all has to do with the haters and attacks against him.
An interviewer with Entertainment Tonight asked Carter if he could explain his new ink. In an answer that seemed to put even his mother off, he replied, “The story is that Medusa, in Greek mythology, well, first of all, she was raped. … With that being said, Medusa is my protector. So if you wanna come at me with some negativity, my Medusa will stare you in the eye and turn you into stone. “
“And guess who my Medusa is?” asked Aaron Carter. He looked at his mother, who said, “I don’t know, Rihanna?”
Carter pointed at his mother and said, “You!” She replied, “It’s not me!”
Carter continued, “This is the love of my life right here. This is my date.”
The interviewer then asked Carter what his hopes for the future with his family are. Carter replied, “You know what, the hopes for the future are this. Don’t come at me the wrong way because I will fight to protect my rights, and what our forebrothers stood for.”