Sarasota, Florida – Bobbie Jean Carter, the sister of musicians Aaron Carter and Nick Carter, has passed away at the age of 41, according to multiple sources. Her mother, Jane Carter, confirmed the news and expressed her shock at the sudden loss. Bobbie Jean’s death marks another tragic blow for the Carter family, who have endured multiple tragedies over the years.
Details surrounding Bobbie Jean’s death are still unclear, but sources close to the family suspect that she went into cardiac arrest. Prior to her passing, Bobbie Jean led a predominantly private life, focusing on raising her young daughter. She did, however, play a role in her brothers’ music careers, working as a wardrobe stylist and makeup artist for Aaron during the early 2000s when he achieved fame.
Bobbie Jean also made appearances on the family’s reality television series, House of Carters, in 2006. She was featured in eight episodes and her struggles with addiction and substance abuse were documented on the show.
Tragically, Bobbie Jean’s death follows a recent arrest in June when she was accused of stealing from a Hobby Lobby store in Florida. At the time of her arrest, drugs were allegedly found in her possession.
In light of the family’s long history of financial troubles, divorces, and battles with addiction, the loss of Bobbie Jean has undoubtedly added to their ongoing struggles. Jane Carter, in her statement, requested privacy as she grieves and asked for prayers for her eight-year-old granddaughter, who has now lost both her parents.
The Carter family has faced numerous hardships throughout the years, but Bobbie Jean’s sudden death is yet another heartbreaking chapter in their tumultuous journey.
No further details about the circumstances leading to Bobbie Jean’s death have been released at this time. The family is awaiting the results of a thorough investigation into the matter.