"My greatest fear - not being able to live as long as I can", Carter admitted. "It makes me smile in the mirror", he said in a video clip. Aaron underwent a drug test during his appearance on the programme, which came out negative for both cocaine and methamphetamine and positive for marijuana. "You have a mixture of benzodiazepines and with opiates, which is how many people accidentally can die. These medications-- and I'm speaking now purely from the doctor's perspective - can be very, very scary".
Stork also noted that Carter's sister, Leslie, had died of a drug overdose in 2012.
The brother of Backstreet Boy Nick Carter has suffered a series of traumatic events recently, including a DUI arrest and an addiction to prescription drugs.
He shared: "I don't want to be on that stuff". My sister passed away from it.
"I can't take this anymore", the 29-year-old says as he admits to claims in the promo that he is in a "crisis". "I get all three, and I'm going to continue doing it. I know that there is no happy ending to any of those medications". His gaunt exterior has also anxious fans and those close to him, as has his drug use, and it seems Aaron has finally acknowledged those concerns.
"I didn't realize I was 115 pounds".
The pop singer said he is always anxious about overdosing like his sister. "And that was a scary thing". "My family knows, before I did the show The Doctors, they knew that I was taking Xanax and stuff like that and that I was going to actual psychiatrists to do that", Aaron explained.
Carter was arrested in July for reportedly driving under the influence of narcotics. The arrest led to a series of public incidents, including him announcing he's bisexual and getting into a "terrible" vehicle crash.