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Hilary Duff Slams ‘disgusting’ Decision To Publish Aaron Carter’s Unfinished Autobiography

Hilary Duff has branded the release of the late Aaron Carter’s unfinished autobiography “heartless”.

The ‘I Want Candy’ singer was found dead last weekend aged 34 and just a few days later, Ballast Books confirmed they will be bringing out ‘Aaron Carter: An Incomplete Story of an Incomplete Life’ on Tuesday (15.11.22), much to the fury of his former girlfriend, who slammed the “disgusting” publishers for cashing in on his passing.

Hilary Duff SLAMS Late Aaron Carter's "Disgusting" Book Publisher

Following The News About The Release Of The Book, Which Alleged Hilary And Aaron Lost Their Virginities On Her 13Th Birthday, The ‘younger’ Star Issued A Statement.

She said: “It’s really sad that within a week of Aaron’s death, there’s a publisher that seems to be recklessly pushing a book out to capitalize on this tragedy without taking the appropriate time or care to fact-check the validity of his work.

“To water down Aaron’s life story to what seems to be unverified click-bait for profit is disgusting. In no way do I condone shedding any light on what is so obviously an uninformed, heartless, money grab.”

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Aaron’s management team, Big Umbrella Management, thanked the former ‘Lizzie McGuire’ star for speaking out as they also condemned the release.

They said: “We as Aaron’s management would like to thank [Hilary] Duff for her statement regarding the book that is set to be released,” the statement read. “In the few short days following our dear friends passing, we have been trying to grieve and process while simultaneously having to deal with several obscenely disrespectful and unauthorised releases.

These releases include an album, a single and now it seems a book.

“This is a time for mourning and remembering an incredible soul lost, not heartless money grabs and attention seeking.

“We would ask the parties responsible to remove the aforementioned content and that no further content be released without approval from his family, friends, and associates.”

Ballast Books have yet to comment on the statement.

Author Andy Symonds, Who Spent Three Years Interviewing The Former Child Star For His Book, Previously Insisted He “Owed It” To Aaron To Release The Book.

He said: “Aaron was a kind, gentle, talented soul not without his demons. He was so excited about telling his story, and I feel I owe it to him to release the parts we did complete.

“Aaron was an open book during the writing process. It’s a tragic irony that his autobiography will never include all his stories, thoughts, hopes, and dreams as he intended.”

According to The Post, the autobiography discusses Carter’s romance with Duff, stating that the pair became intimate for the first time “at a hotel.” The passage in question reads “I think it was her birthday, maybe her 13th, but I don’t remember. Her friends walked in, and we just yelled at them to get out.”

The Book Was Reportedly Co-written Over A Three-year Period Alongside Author Andy Simons And Is Due To Be Published On November 15.

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According to the Post, the book discusses Carter’s early aughts romance with Duff, claiming that the two became intimate for the first time ever, with one another, “at a hotel.”

“I think it was her birthday, maybe her 13th, but I don’t remember,” the passage reads. “Her friends walked in, and we just yelled at them to get out.” Carter would have been 12 at the time.

The teen idols dated on and off from 2000 to 2003, ultimately breaking up for good due to an infamous love triangle involving Lindsay Lohan.



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