Aaron Carter Claims Michael Jackson Gave Him Drugs & Alcohol

"I did things with him that nobody else did"

Just days after the 2 year anniversary of Michael Jackson‘s death, OK! magazine is publishing an interview with troubled pop star Aaron Carter wherein he claims that MJ gave him drugs and alcohol during hang out sessions. Altho Aaron takes some responsibility by saying that he “could’ve refused” the offers of illicit (and illegal) items, it’s clear that the interview is meant to cast the late King of Pop in a negative light … but for what purpose? Click below to read some excerpts from Carter‘s new OK! interview about his time with Michael Jackson.

On the second anniversary of Michael Jackson’s death, his former friend and confidant, Aaron Carter, 23, has come clean about his close – and controversial – relationship with the pop singer, revealing all to internationally renowned interviewer Daphne Barak during a charity visit to Marbella, Spain. Exposing their most intimate moments together, Aaron tells OK! how MJ gave him drugs and alcohol when he was just 15. ‘I never talked about it… This is the first time. I do… I miss Michael… I have spent such incredible times with him. I did things with him that nobody else did… But I was also troubled about what he did to me,’ Aaron says. When asked whether Michael gave him alcohol, Aaron tells Daphne, ‘Yes, he gave me wine. I mean, I could have refused, but I was 15.’ As for drugs? ‘He gave me cocaine. I felt weird about that and other stuff… We spoke afterwards, hours and hours, on the phone. I admired Michael, but his behaviour bothered me a lot. Then my mother called the police…’

HMMM. I’m not sure what to make of this revelation. When last we heard from Aaron Carter, he was checking himself into rehab back in January … which is really not very surprising because the kid has been in and out of rehab for years. I’m always very hesitant to discount revelations of abuse like this (and make no mistake, this is an allegation of severe child abuse) because I have no interest in blaming the victim in situations like this … IF the allegations are true. I suppose we have no reason to disbelieve Carter‘s claims (and let’s not forget — there were many allegations that MJ provided alcohol to children while he was still alive) … but the timing of the revelation AND decision to tell (sell?) this story to a tabloid seems suspect. In the end, it’s Aaron Carter‘s word against a dead man’s. What do y’all think of Aaron Carter‘s revelation? Do you believe him?

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  1. Rolltideguy77

    I believe Aaron. I’ve always said it was media spin that Michael’s nose was messed up purely by plastic surgery. I think he did so much cocaine he helped to collapse his nasal passages.

    • Lynne

      I never thought of about that of his nose. Makes sense. I love Michael Jackson. BUT he was a freaky deaky man! That’s for damn sure.
      I think it’s bad timing on Aaron’s part…

    • Lucy

      Its not true. I saw the interview and he never said Michael gave him drugs nor the pasrt of how he could have refused and he was just 15. The quote was fabricated.

    • Lucy

      The real interview here:

      AC: The only other person who knows about this is Chris, so… and it was a great time. It was fun, ’cause I don’t think Michael ever really got a chance to do stuff like that.

      Fame is for me, it’s nothing, you know. A person is a person, that’s how I look at it. People are people. That’s how I looked at Michael. If I had a feeling or a question, I asked him. I never had a fliter with him. I think he respected that.

      Daphne: Did you see him doing drugs or anything?

      AC: I mean, there was definitely things that happened, you know, that were just different, you know, weird. He drank around me a little bit.

      Daphne: And you were like what, 14, 15?

      AC: Yeah. I was around 14 years old. (He was 15)

      Daphne: (Did you have a drink? Did you see him drunk? I can’t understand her irritating voice)

      AC: Yeah, a little.

      AC: I personally didn’t see any drug addiction issues. You know, I never saw any injections, nothing like that.

      Daphne: (Can’t understand)

      Aaron: The time that I spent with him, yes, he was fine. But who knows, human body builds tolerance for things you know. The human body, it’s just how it is. So who knows, I mean he could’ve been doing something I didn’t have a clue, so.

      Daphne: But you spent a short time with him actually. He could’ve been taking pills and you wouldn’t know.

      Aaron: Yeah, absolutely. Go in the bathroom (mimes snorting). It takes two seconds. You know.

      I wanted to express a message to him so that he could hear it. I want to protect his legacy. It’s funny because a lot of the things that Michael did that I want to do. This is a tribute. (starts playing a piano song)

      Real reporters should make research instead of copying and paste bs.

  2. Lauren

    I call bullshit :)

  3. I believe him because there are so many other allegations against MJ. It is important for victims to admit abuse and heal. However, by selling the story on the anniversary of his death, I think it is another example of how tacky the Carter family is. They were media whores before the Lohans took over the title!

    • JHop

      I agree on both counts. There’s no denying either the creepiness that was Michael Jackson or the tackiness that is the Carter Family.

    • JHop

      By the way, my nickname is Jilly Bean, too!

    • Ashley

      Just because there is an allegation does NOT mean there is a truth.

      When it comes to the 1993 case, all you have to do is read the documents about the case and realize that it was all about the money. Did you know that the father of the “accuser” in the 1993 case tried to kill his own son..the boy that was allegedly abused by Michael? Did you know that this occured very shortly after Michael was acquitted in 2005…and the boy from the 1993 case refused to testify?

      In the 2005 case, it doesn’t take a genius to read the transcripts and see that there was zero evidence against Micahel. The FBI trailed him for 10 years, the DCFS found nothing, and neither did the D.A. with a 10 + year vendetta.

      If Aaron’s mother had called the police, there would be a police report. Aaron has defended Michael before, and you all act like he’s accusing Michael of molesting him. Giving drugs to kids is awful, yes, but there is no proof this happened…only Aaron talking about it so nonchalantly. It sounds off.

      I choose to believe hard facts and not tabloid gossip. OK! Magazine isn’t exactly the most reliable source of information. Sad that people will believe just about anything about MJ as long as it is negative.

      People would believe anything printed about him in a tabloid, even if the story on the next page was reporting a 100 year old dog giving birth to parakeets.

  4. Jen

    And I suppose he has a new song coming out tomorrow too, right?

  5. I guess I have no reason not to believe him. The fact remains the same that I find the timing very suspect and how he went about SELLING the story. He is a non mother fu#king factor in my life so I don’t really care:)! (that was a shout out to basketball wives)!!

    • SuzieB

      Ahhh @MrG – god what an awesome trainwreck basketball wives is!!!! Thanks for the laugh there!
      Know what else is a trainwreck?? Aaron Carter. I think maybe this is based somewhat in truth, but he’s so pathetic and probably broke that he’s selling the story and probably making it worse than it was.

  6. Pretty low of Aaron Carter if you ask me. It’s not cool to start saying allegations against a person that isn’t living. The guy needs to grow up

  7. Panti Christ

    I don’t think it is low of someone to come out with the truth, ever, especially if it is a part of their healing process.

  8. I dont believe him. Aaron Carter is a drug addict looking to sell a story to get his next hit. Real victims don’t come out this way and they don’t come out to OK! magazine. Carter is a has-been who is grasping for any story that will get his name out there again… Also, if his mom had indeed called the police, this story would have exploded all over the media.

    • Sherman

      Michael Jackson was a drug addict, remember. His family kept trying interventions.

      So everything you say about AC applies to MJ.

  9. Errin

    Sounds like someone is looking for another 15 minutes of fame…

  10. Gayana

    Imiss him and I love him and he’s a dear friend….. But he got me into alcohol and cocaine at the age of 15….. Really? Either they’re really fucked up in that family to put talk about a “friend” this way all it’s complete b.s either way…. Aaron who???

  11. .iheartryan

    I think its u.fair to even say anything! MJ is dead and we will never know if this is true or false,and bringing it up now is just mean and hurtful to his memory. Nobody even remembers Aaron Carter and for good reason, dick.

  12. Ya exactly, why would this matter anymore if MJ isn’t around anymore? The truth is, it may be true but MJ had some great tunes, no need to slam him while is dead underground.

  13. Jesse

    Don’t speak ill of the dead, confront the mfer when he was alive Renee Graziano style. I think its an addict looking fir his next fix.

  14. errin

    @sparklecow – You shouldn’t speak ill of the dead, especially calling him a pedeophile,the kid that accused him (Jordan Chandler I believe was his name) admitted that he was lying. Look it up. I’m not a fan of Michael Jackson but calling someone a pedophile is a very serious and cruel accusation when there is no proof of the crime

  15. Disgusting. Dont believe him for a second. Why not say these things when he was on trial and support the 2nd accuse if thats true? Sounds like someone is still a crackhead looking for a new 15 minutes of fame…and he calls him a so called friend!..he was singing a different tune on the Howard Stern show when MJ was on trial. How LOW to talk about this now when someone is dead. Have the balls to say it when theyre alive..now we only get one side..typical

  16. @SparkleCow IF MJ was a pedophile, why did that first family take the money, stop cooperating with the investigation and move out the ocuntry, leaving MJ free to hurt other kids? Its called EXTORTION and LIES!NO parent would EVER let a child molestor be free to hurt other kids and let them go through what their kid went through…disgusting that people believe that garbage

  17. apriljan

    As far as believing the claim Aaron Carter has made, I definitely have my doubts. Michael Jackson may have had his faults, but.. come on. It’s Aaron Carter.

  18. Ashley N.

    As a psychologist I can say that what Aaron is doing is definitely part of the healing process. (Though I’ll give it to some of you that his way of revealing this is questionable…) What most saddens me is how so many stick up for big time celebrities when news like this comes out. So many people have accused M.J. of things like this (and so much worse.) It is ignorant and naive to think there is not some truth to this. Yet because of idol worship people don’t want to believe it, so they just pretend it doesn’t happen. This does not speak well for society.

    And for those of you who are saying “don’t speak ill of the dead.” stop being ridiculous. Imagine of I took that philosophy with my patients who are victims of sexual assault. Gee, I’m sorry your uncle raped you, but don’t talk about it. He is dead, and we mustn’t speak ill of the dead.” If M.J. truly did those things to him then Aaron has a right to make his voice heard.

    • @di from NYC

      A psychologist should never read into third party media evidence without actually sitting with the patient before making a diagnose.

      It might be correct and it might be apart of a healing process for Carter but unless you are sitting in a room with him, I think its unfair to use your profession to also discount those of us who don’t believe him. All there is room for here is opinion.

      I think anyone can say anything to the press, it can be a complete fabrication or it could be true. But like posting on this website, its all hearsay until that person is sitting in front of your telling you in person.

  19. jacqui

    Geez. Go to college. Figure out a new career. sheeeesh.

  20. rae

    I believe aaron

  21. jessicagiovanna

    I was abused as a kid by a family member; it tore my family apart when it was revealed 18 years later; I was 7, didn’t tell anyone until I was 25. It helped me heal to reveal the truth. This monster is now dying of cancer and now she’s a saint to some of my family members and they wonder why we don’t forgive her (yes my abuser was female). Luckily I didn’t become a mess like Aaron Carter, but many many victims do. I cannot discount his allegations. For his sake I hope it isn’t true b/c survival from sexual abuse is a daily struggle.

  22. Ashley

    If this was true, it would have come out years ago. There would have been a police report when his mother called the police. People will believe anything bad when it comes to Michael Jackson. They believed he lied about his skin condition, and he was proven truthful only after his death.

    I don’t believe Aaron at all.

    • Chris

      A story like that he would have come out when he died. You dont go to OK! for a story that Barbra Walters would pay a lot more. Hes a druggie who probably just needed quick fix of money. DIsgusting I dont believe it because it defintly would have been a bigger story. Did michael do things to boys probably. But no need to drag his name thru the mud

  23. Anna

    I believe the wine part, and am seriously disturbed by the “and I did things with him that nobody else did” part. But he seemed to mention cocaine and the mom calling the cops part so nonchalantly that I need to read the full text of this interview to understand the context, but it seems possible he is just embellishing to make it a bigger story. That wouldn’t be fair, and no one will ever know :(

  24. Lucy

    Most of this is a lie:

    http://daphnebarak.homestead.com/AaronCarterMichaelJacksonTributeVideoClip.html

    The real interview here:

    AC: The only other person who knows about this is Chris, so… and it was a great time. It was fun, ’cause I don’t think Michael ever really got a chance to do stuff like that.

    Fame is for me, it’s nothing, you know. A person is a person, that’s how I look at it. People are people. That’s how I looked at Michael. If I had a feeling or a question, I asked him. I never had a fliter with him. I think he respected that.

    Daphne: Did you see him doing drugs or anything?

    AC: I mean, there was definitely things that happened, you know, that were just different, you know, weird. He drank around me a little bit.

    Daphne: And you were like what, 14, 15?

    AC: Yeah. I was around 14 years old. (He was 15)

    Daphne: (Did you have a drink? Did you see him drunk? I can’t understand her irritating voice)

    AC: Yeah, a little.

    AC: I personally didn’t see any drug addiction issues. You know, I never saw any injections, nothing like that.

    Daphne: (Can’t understand)

    Aaron: The time that I spent with him, yes, he was fine. But who knows, human body builds tolerance for things you know. The human body, it’s just how it is. So who knows, I mean he could’ve been doing something I didn’t have a clue, so.

    Daphne: But you spent a short time with him actually. He could’ve been taking pills and you wouldn’t know.

    Aaron: Yeah, absolutely. Go in the bathroom (mimes snorting). It takes two seconds. You know.

    I wanted to express a message to him so that he could hear it. I want to protect his legacy. It’s funny because a lot of the things that Michael did that I want to do. This is a tribute. (starts playing a piano song)

    Real reporters should make research instead of copying and paste bs.

  25. Jen

    MJ was a creepy freak of a man, can’t people just forget about him and move on?

    • Lucy

      Why did you post then? Also the story was a damn fabrication. Aaron denied knowing about MJ using drugs in that interview.

  26. Koriejo

    I believe it is true, but i also believe that magazines only choose to put parts of what was said in the context that they want. Everyone knows that Michael had problems theres no denying that weather it was drugs, children or his own messed up mind that brought on his behaviors he was definitly someone who was not mentally healthy, as for Aaron Carter hes has his own problems which seem to come to light every few years, it was the 90′s when he came out of the woodwork thanks in part to big brother nick and aaron lived a very glamerous life very quickly, i think obviously the topic was brought up because of the fact that its been 2 years and Aaron HOPEFULLY on his long road to sobritey wasnt going to lie about what happened when your a recovering addict do they not teach you to be honest to help fight ur addiction, its all circumstancal and just came at a werid time and makes it look like Aaron is doing something to paint MJ in a negative light when in reality its the tabloids and has been for years.

  27. Nathan

    I don’t believe it. He’s a washed up “singer” with nothing left of a career. He wanted to get himself back into the tabloids.

  28. Tracy

    I smell a big pile of BS!

  29. Jenny

    This just shows what kind of scum Aaron Carter actually is. It turns out, he’s even worse that we all thought. Not only is Aaron an idiot for trying to tie himself to MJ (despite the fact that I am sure Aaron didn’t even register on Michael’s radar), but OK Magazine had to twist Aaron’s interview to make something out of nothing. What bullshiz.

  30. Ashley

    As I said, it’s bullcrap. Aaron just came out and said he never said Michael gave him drugs. So please, Trent, if you could post a retraction, that’d be awesome.

  31. Ashley

    @SparkleCow, where is it proven? There was NO proof. I think you need to look up the definitions of “proof” and “fact,” and while you’re at it, try looking up the term “evidence.” There was NO proof, NO evidence and no FACTS to show that Michael was a pedophile. Read the court transcripts and other documents instead of tabloid bullcrap.

    • @di from NYC

      I couldn’t agree with you more Ashley, for a pre law course I actually read the case files for the 93 case and the “evidence” within the first 20 pages it was obviously bullshit, that is what people need to read the case files

      if someone were to read the case files and then say he was guilty i would at least have more respect for their opinion instead of people who just go by that the media says.

    • Ashley

      Thank you, @di from NYC. People need to read the facts (ie. court transcripts, documents, etc.) and THEN judge for themselves. They can’t go on media gossip alone to form an educated opinion.

      Did you know that when it came to the trial in 2005, there was a LOT of crazy stuff going on in court in regards to the extreme contradictions in testimonies and how the stories would change, and the media would mainly only focus on the sensational stuff about what was said, rather than how the crazy stuff was being contradicted left and right by prosecution witnesses. The court transcripts are amazing reads, though they are lengthy, but Mr. Mesereau did an AMAZING job of getting to the heart of things. When it came to the prosecution’s witnesses, a large majority of them were discredited and proven to be disgruntled ex-employees, or, at the very least, people who had a grudge against Michael for one reason or another. It’s absolutely amazing how people were paraded into that courtroom one after another to say these awful, slanderous things about Micahel, only to be made fools of by Mr. Jackson’s attorney.

      I remember when it was stated that the 1993 accuser might be testifying, Mr. Meserea had a wholel list of witnesses ready to testify that that very witness had told them that Michael never touched him. Of course, he didn’t have to use those witnesses, because the 1993 accuser, amazingly, refused to testify. The settlement, made against MJ’s protests, by the insurance company, did not prevent the boy from testifying in a criminal trial. No criminal trial was pursued in 1993, and he didn’t want to testify in 2005. If Michael really hurt him, why wouldn’t the boy want Michael behind bars?

      The 1993 accuser also emancipated himself from his parents shortly after the settlement was made. Why would he do that? His father tried to kill him in 2005, after the trial.

      The boy’s father was also recorded saying that the boy’s welfare in the matter was irrelevant to him, and that he was going to destroy Michael Jackson. Sound like a man who is concerned about abuse his son is suffering from? I don’t think so. They were bogus claims in 1993, they were bogus claims in 2005, and now we know the truth about the Aaron Carter nonsense….BOGUS.

  32. Sheena

    He is just saying that cuz he’s a washed out has-been, if he ever was, who wants the attention without the backlash from Michael and his crew. No one can say otherwise because he’s dead. No harm, no foul right? He just wants to get back in the media any way he knows how, and what a low way to do it. At someone else’s expense that can’t even defend themselves.

  33. Amk088

    ok just thoght of all the stars that i liked wheni was 5and aaron was one of them.ok so we know MJ had some problems, we also know tha aaron has had some problms also. does anyone else that hes not famouse anymore? he waw the justn bieber of 1997-2006 it seems like. as they say what goes up must come down. we all know or should know that drugs are not good for you. if he wants to screw up his life then let him. he has seen what drugs have done to MJ. all he neds to do is relize what be is doing and actually focuse on his life. maybe if he sees the photos of him from when he was younger(and cuter)

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