Aaron’s party is officially over.
The Daily News has confirmed that police were called to Aaron Carter’s St. Petersburg, Fla., home on Wednesday night in response to an anonymous suicide threat.
Documents show that St. Petersburg Police arrived at the home at 10:01 p.m. after a friend reported that Carter threatened to commit suicide.
Authorities arrived on the scene, but did not encounter the 29-year-old.
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This is one of many run-ins with police Carter’s had this week, records show.
Authorities were called to Carter’s home three times in a 24 hour period early this week.
An anonymous individual reported that the former pop star attempted to purchase a gun and threatened to harm family members.
Police records reveal the first call to St. Petersburg Police came in at 11:47 a.m. on Tuesday.
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The caller alleged that Carter, 29, had been on a drug and alcohol binge and was “trying to buy a gun for the last couple of weeks.”
Police returned to Carter’s home at about 2:12 p.m. that same day, after a caller claimed he’d refused medical attention following a car accident earlier. The concerned individual said he was in need of a psychiatric evaluation.
Carter tweeted about the accident in question, but did not reveal the details. He claimed the accident was “severe,” tweeting that he’d been in accidents before, but “nothing compares to what happened today.”
He confirmed that his BMW was totaled in the accident. Carter also revealed that his “arms hurt my legs hurt all my airbags went off I broke my nose.”
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Police noted that Carter showed no “signs of distress” during their welfare check. He was adamant, at the time, that he wasn’t interested in police intervention.
The following day, authorities visited the home once more, this time around 4:18 a.m.
Their third visit was in response to a call in which police were told Carter was “not in a safe mental state.” The caller said he “has threatened to harm family and others.”
He was not taken into custody at that time. Police records reveal that there was no answer at the door when officers arrived on the scene.
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The lights were on inside the home and there appeared to be “activity inside,” but Carter did not come out.
A rep for the musician told The News, “Aaron is fine and preparing for his performance in Memphis Saturday night and in New York on Tuesday.”
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