“Aaron just feels smothered right now by his friends and family because they will literally not let him out of their sight at all,” the pal revealed.
“He has submersed himself into his music though and that is his new drug, He is determined to become a legit and recognized artist and he knows that the only way he can do this is if he stays clean.”
As fans know, after suffering a breakdown on the TV show The Doctors, Carter, 30, entered a treatment facility on Sept. 22. But after leaving shortly thereafter, he reentered another rehab center in October and remained there until completing the program last month.
“He is going to recovery meetings and working with a therapist as well as a psychiatrist and addiction specialist,” the source added.
- Aaron Carter's Sister on Suicide Watch After Being Arrested for Fentanyl and Shoplifting $55 Worth of Crafts From Hobby Lobby
- Aaron Carter’s Estate Hit With Another 5-figure Bill From Creditor of Late Pop Star
- Aaron Carter’s Mom Won’t Face Criminal Charges Over Alleged Battery of Husband During Fight Over TV Remote
“He has a lot of support behind him, but it’s still an everyday battle.”
Do you think that Aaron Carter will stay sober? Sound off in the comments below.
We pay for juicy info! Do you have a story for RadarOnline.com? Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org, or call us at 800-344-9598 any time, day or night.