Aaron Carter finally got some good news. The I Want Candy singer will not have to serve prison time after making a deal with prosecutors in his 2017 arrest for driving under the influence.
At the time of the stop, Carter refused to take a breathalyzer test. According to the terms of the deal, the DUI will be wiped from Carter’s record after certain conditions are met.
In order to have the DUI wiped from his record, Aaron Carter must complete one year of probation and complete 40 hours of community service. According to TMZ, Carter must also attend DUI risk reduction classes and pay about $1,500 in fines and court fees. Carter recently declared his independence from traditional social media as the heat became too much.
Note to the internet I’m deleting Twitter Instagram Facebook and I WILL HAVE [OnlyFans] so y’all can say goodbye on all social platforms for good I’m selling my Instagram for a million dollars lol but frfr GOOD RIDDANCE TO THIS F*CKED UP SOCIAL MEDIA WORLD. IM DONE.
Aaron will also have to undergo a drug and alcohol evaluation. Carter must also undergo any treatments ordered during the evaluation screening.
Aaron Carter continues to pursue a career as a celebrity boxer. Soulja Boy seems to be his main target, but time will tell when his next Triller-style fight will take place, if ever.
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