Aaron Carter Clarifies Comment About ‘Inappropriate’ Experience With Michael Jackson

By Colin Fredericson

Pop singer and reality TV star Aaron Carter has clarified recent comments he made about Michael Jackson acting “inappropriate.”

In a video clip for an upcoming episode of “Marriage Boot Camp: Reality Stars Family Edition” Carter talked about an experience with Michael Jackson.

“Michael was a really good guy as far as I know, really good guy,” said Carter, in the video clip from We TV, obtained by E! Online. ”He never really, like, he never did anything that was inappropriate except for one time. There was one thing that he did that was a little bit inappropriate.”

No other information or video footage was released related to Carter’s comment from the TV network.

Carter ended up defending his comments online, as people were unsure of what he meant. Some people thought he was contradicting his earlier defense of Michael Jackson, so Carter further clarified what he meant, but without being too specific.

“I’m only concerned about a misconstrued narrative, as I said before my book is about MY LIFE I can’t control sound bites that the media pick for click bait y’all. Just relax. I in no way shape or form accused him of being a child molester.”

He also sent out many other tweets defending himself from Michael Jackson fans and others who thought he was using an accusation against Michael Jackson as a form of self-promotion.

His latest tweet indicated that there was more to the story that he was waiting to tell.

“Just had to set everyone straight and I’m not done either,” Carter tweeted on May 21.

Aaron Carter has mentioned before that he would clear up some issues about his relationship with late pop singer and accused child molester Michael Jackson, but instead of being specific, he directed people to his book.

“In regards to that situation, I actually have my own experience that happened with Michael, so I’m going to be talking about that in the future,” Carter told TMZ.

When asked to clarify what he was talking about, Carter was persistently vague. “You’re just going to have to find out,” he said. Although he wouldn’t say what the nature of his experience was, he said, “I’ll always have his back, though,” of his late friend.

Some commenters on the TMZ video, posted to YouTube, felt he was just trying to get people to buy his book to find out the true story.

In regards to the recent “Leaving Neverland” TV special that brought child molestation accusations against Michael Jackson again into the spotlight, Carter had disparaging remarks for the accusers in an earlier TMZ video.

“You’re a grown man. When Michael Jackson was alive, you are backing him, you are up his [expletive], you are kissing his [expletive], you are there to testify for him under oath, and then when he dies you decide that that’s a good time to come out?” Carter said.

Carter suggested the accusers could be getting paid to give interviews against Jackson.

A new film that aims to debunk the accusations against Michael Jackson is set to be released next month, according to the Mirror, called “Michael Jackson: Chase The Truth.”