Aaron Carter tears up about his 'addictions'

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"Cocaine was negative, meth was negative, THC aka marijuana was positive", Stork began.

Stork then explains to Carter, "What scares me about that drug panel is your sister perished from an overdose and you've got a mixture of Benzodiazepines with opiates, which is how many people accidentally can die".

"I find myself getting them off of the streets, just to get them", he said.

TMZ reported former child star Aaron, 29, refused to take a breathalyser or test his blood and urine when he was pulled over by Habersham County sheriffs in Georgia. "These medications - and I'm speaking now purely from the doctor's perspective - can be very, very scary". "And I just want to get better".

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As radar readers know, Leslie Carter died of an overdose in 2012. My sister passed away from it. Carter admitted he took medications to help his stress and anxiety he develops usually from flying. Its not OK. I dont take it every day. He recalled dropping to 115 pounds at one point and avoiding the mirror because his gaunt appearance disturbed him. "To be honest with you, it's not going to be easy".

He said: "Somebody said I was driving recklessly on the road, that's what the police report said, but the alignment was off on my auto, so I went to AutoZone to see if I could do anything about it".

The brother of Backstreet Boy Nick Carter has suffered a series of traumatic events recently, including a DUI arrest and an addiction to prescription drugs. "I know that there is no happy ending to any of those medications".

Aaron's girlfriend, Madison Parker, was also in the auto with him and was charged with possession of marijuana and obstruction of law-enforcement officers.