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Boozy New Dad Nick Carter Begs Bar Beating Victim To Settle Court Battle

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Source: Key West Police Department

Apr. 21 2016, Published 10:11 a.m. ET

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Nick Carter is juggling his ongoing court nightmare with diaper duty.

The boy band singer and father to newborn son Odin Reign has filed a motion to compel mediation after a bar bouncer slapped him with a lawsuit for a drunken attack, has exclusively learned.

According to Florida's Monrow County Circuit Court documents, Carter's attorneys asked the judge to assign a certified mediator to settle, but the alleged victim Skyler Carden's team argued that the action was "premature."

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Enraged by Carter's boozy behavior, Carden claimed he is now seeking a monetary compensation.

"The Plaintiff anticipates amending the Complaint to include punitive damages, so that a jury may punish Nick Carter and deter him from future conduct as he showed the world on January 13, 2016," Carden's attorneys wrote.

As exclusively reported, the 36-year-old bragged about being a Backstreet Boy in order to get out of trouble for punching Carden.

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"Sir, my name is Nick Carter from the Backstreet Boys, I'm a f***ing singer," he said in police video. "All I'm asking is a second, and a chance, to rectify the situation and to talk to the owner or manager of this place and to say, I don't want all this s**t."

Key West police placed him under arrest regardless for one misdemeanor count of battery.

He was previously arrested in a Tampa nightclub for fighting in 2002, and spent three months in rehab for alcohol abuse three years later.



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