Aaron Carter, a famous teen singer, recently filed for bankruptcy due to an accumulated a debt of more than $2 million, an article from CNN stated on Friday, November 22.

Carter, who stated in his bankruptcy petition that he is already broke, owed a debt of $1.3 million to the Internal Revenue Service, which accrued during his stint as a teen artist. According to the news article, Carter currently only has a savings account with $5 and a checking account with $917. However, his personal belongings were estimated to be worth around $8,200.

The former teen star’s publicist Steve Honig expressed optimism for Aaron’s decision to move forward.

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