Aaron Carter dropped a bomb on Thursday and claimed via Twitter that his late sister Leslie had sexually abused him when he was a minor.
The charge comes amid a continuing feud between him and brother Nick Carter, 39, who said he and Aaron's twin sister Angel, 31, have issued a restraining order against Aaron, "given Aaron's increasingly alarming behavior and his recent confession that he has thoughts and intentions to kill my pregnant wife and unborn child. "
31, who was diagnosed with bipolar disorder last week to later forward these comments to the TMZ, said Thursday that he did not have the disease, however, his sister Leslie, who had died in 201
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"It's in the family, I did not want to tell anyone, but I did …" Aaron started in a series of tweets. "My sister Leslie suffered from Bipolar and took lithium to treat it, she never liked the way it felt, and when she diverged from it, she did things she never wanted to do, I really believe that, I was 10 Years old. "
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He continued, "My sister molested me at the age of 10 to 13 When I was 8 years old, she did not take her medication and I became not only sexually of her, but also of my first abused both dancers, and my brother abused me all my life. "
In a recent tweet Aaron said his brother's turn was" telling the truth. "
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to one of the girls in my family. Because my truth is out there, and I hope all the survivors of assault and rape find peace and justice, "Aaron tweeted.
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Amidst the Twitter hype, the sheriff's office in LA told Fox News that Aaron had his two firearms on Wednesday handed over for protection.