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Aaron Carter Walks Back Claims About Allegedly 'Inappropriate' Michael Jackson Encounter: 'He Didn't F**king Do Anything Sexual'! 

Aaron Carter walks back Michael Jackson claims on Twitter

Aaron Carter still has Michael Jackson’s back, despite his recent claims that the Beat It singer acted “inappropriate” around him one time.
The 31-year-old took to Twitter to clarify the comments he made about the deceased music icon in a recent clip of Marriage Boot Camp: Reality Stars Family Edition.
In the short video, the Fool’s Gold singer, who is on the reality series, briefly explained that the King of Pop “was a really good guy” and “never did anything that was inappropriate” around him… “except for one time,” where Jackson allegedly did something a “little bit inappropriate” to him.
Related: Aaron ‘Would Punch’ Wade Robson Over Jackson Abuse Claims!
While Aaron didn’t share the context of the “inappropriate” experience or explain it further, he later took to social media to clarify his comments and vehemently defend the accused pedophile.
He tweeted on Monday:

Aaron Carter defends Michael Jackson on Twitter
Aaron Carter stands behind Michael Jackson. / (c) Aaron Carter/Twitter

Nick Carter’s younger brother explained that fans simply took his comments about MJ’s allegedly “inappropriate” behavior in a way that he didn’t intend. 
According to the star, his remarks actually “validate” that the King of Pop did NOT do “anything sexual” around him. He explained in a follow up tweet:
Aaron Carter defends Michael Jackson on Twitter
Aaron Carter claims nothing “sexual” happened. / (c) Aaron Carter/Twitter

We mean, “inappropriate” can mean a lot of things…
It can mean burping at the dinner table or scratching the palm of a young boy’s hand to let him know you’re thinking about him in a sexual manner. Jackson was accused of doing the latter in the controversial Leaving Neverland documentary; so if Aaron really wants to have the late superstar’s “back,” he might want to stop being so cryptic about their encounters.
Related: Madonna Defends MJ From Child Sex Abuse Allegations
The singer never went into detail about the alleged inappropriateness, but he insisted in a later tweet that his unexplained account truly exonerates MJ. He wrote:
Aaron Carter defends Michael Jackson on Twitter
Aaron continues his defense. / (c) Aaron Carter/Twitter

In a response to a Jackson fan account, Carter said he felt that his “story HAD to be told in order to protect a man and friend,” adding:
Aaron Carter defends Michael Jackson on Twitter
Aaron believes Michael never did “anything sexual to others.” (c) Aaron Carter/Twitter

These cryptic comments come just over a month after Carter told TMZ he was going to tell his “truth” about the unexplained encounter with Jackson in a memoir he was working on.
He alleged to the outlet at the time:

“I actually have my own experience that happened with Michael, so I’m going to be talking about that in the future.”

Aaron once again failed to go into further detail, but he added a supportive message for the Jackson estate:

“Stay strong. I love you guys and even if I say something that you don’t like, it’s still my truth and you’re just going to have to accept it.”

It’s not clear when Carter’s book will be released, but he made his stance crystal clear on Twitter, concluding:

Aaron Carter defends Michael Jackson on Twitter
Aaron finishes his explanation. (c) Aaron Carter/Twitter

What do U think happened?
[Image via WENN]

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May 22, 2019 08:00am PDT