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BSB singer Nick Carter says brother Aaron has 'intentions of killing' his pregnant wife Lauren Kitt, files restraining order

Aaron denied the claims in a tweet, saying he was 'astounded at the accusations'.

Sep 18, 2019, 02.36 PM IST
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The order states that 31-year-old Aaron must stay at least 100 feet away from Nick, his wife, Lauren Kitt, their kids, other family members and their residence in Las Vegas.
WASHINGTON D.C. [USA]: Backstreet Boys singer Nick Carter has filed a restraining order against his brother Aaron Carter saying that he threatened to kill his "pregnant wife and unborn child."

"After careful consideration, my sister Angel and I regret that we were required to seek a restraining order against our brother Aaron today," Nick, wrote in a tweet on Tuesday.

"In light of Aaron's increasingly alarming behaviour and his recent confession that he harbours thoughts and intentions of killing my pregnant wife and unborn child, we were left with no choice but to take every measure possible to protect ourselves and our family," Nick said.

Continuing further the singer wrote, "We love our brother and truly hope he gets the proper treatment he needs before any harm comes to himself or anyone else."

According to TMZ that has obtained the order, the 31-year-old Aaron must stay at least 100 feet away from Nick, his wife, Lauren Kitt, their kids, other family members and their residence in Las Vegas.

However, Aaron denied the claims in a tweet on Tuesday writing, "I am astounded at the accusations being made against me and I do not wish harm to anyone, especially my family."

Aaron's family has reportedly been concerned about his mental state. He has claimed that police have been to his home to check on his mental health.

"Aaron is following the law and continues to be fully cooperative with any and all inquiries made by law enforcement. There have been multiple wellness checks made and none have ever resulted in any action," Page Six quoted Carter's representative.

Kangana Managed By Sister Rangoli; Other Celebs Who Too Mixed Family & Showbiz

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Actress Kangana Ranaut is used to making news, be it for winning a National Award, creating waves at the box office, or even for her personal life. The actress is known to not mince her words, even if it means things not always working in her favour. While Ranaut doesn’t shy away from commenting on issues she feels strongly about, recently the ‘Manikarnika’ actress has been receiving flak from a section of the media.However, it’s not just Ranaut’s statements that have come under scrutiny, but also that of her sister and manager, Rangoli Chandel. Chandel’s tweets often slamming anyone and everyone in Bollywood, have received criticism. Several fans have even taken to the microblogging site to say that Rangoli, whose Twitter bio reads 'Manager & Sister to #KanganaRanaut' may be harming the 'Queen' star's image and overshadowing her work. some have even requested the actress to hire a professional publicist.But Kangana isn't the first celebrity to be managed by a family member. Several others have also taken the family route when it comes to professional matters.(Image: Instagram/rangoli_r_chandel)

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