Lohan talked about Aaron Carter in an interview with Access Hollywood. The pair dated in 2003 after he split with Hilary Duff. He died over the weekend at the age of 34. Lohan is promoting her new Netflix holiday film "Falling for Christmas".
Now, singer Aaron Carter is on Lindsay Lohan's mind as she reflects on their relationship, which was at the center of one of the most well-known teen dating sagas of the early 2000s.
During an interview to promote her new holiday film "Falling for Christmas" that is available on Netflix, Lohan discussed Carter, who passed away this past weekend at the age of 34. The conversation took place with "Access Hollywood."
Lohan expressed her sorrow by saying, "So many (memories) from when I was so young, simply that era of my life... and my prayers go out to his family and may he rest in peace and may God bless.". In 2003, the duo became recognized for their relationship, which began after he ended his relationship with her fellow teen actress Hilary Duff, whom he had begun dating in 2001.
After a while, Carter and Lohan ended their relationship, and he got back together with Duff for a while before they finally broke up for good. It was on my 13th birthday that I first started dating Hilary. "I was dating her for about a year and a half, and then I just got a little bored, so I went and started getting to know Lindsay, dating Lindsay," Carter said in 2005 during an interview on "The Big Idea with Donny Deutsch." "Then I didn't want to do that anymore, so I got back with Hilary," Carter added.
After Carter's passing, Duff paid respect to him on her verified Instagram account by posting a photo of the two of them together.
Duff stated in an open letter to her friend Aaron, "For Aaron - I'm profoundly sorry that life was so difficult for you and that you had to battle in front of the whole world."
"You had a charm that was just effervescent... boy, did my teenage self love you passionately," she said. "You had a charm that was extremely effervescent." "I am thinking about you and your family during this difficult time. "Take it easy,"