Aaron Carter Threatens to Expose Stalker: 'You've Gone Too Far, I'm Scared For My Life'

Singer Aaron Carter took to Twitter Sunday to reveal he has struggled with a stalker for two years, but this time, she's gone "too far." 

"You made a big mistake stalking me and keying my car. Police are now getting involved my stalker has taken it too far. And she’s gonna be sued by me. I will reveal her identity too I’m scared for my life," the 31-year-old tweeted. "This person has been stalking me now for two years straight and is not well she’s been stalking me and still getting into my concerts and I’m genuinely afraid for my life. I needed to put this out there."

Carter continued on Twitter, saying: "We are gathering all the evidence and her on camera and filing an order of protection and I will be suing her for punitive damages as well as revealing her identity." 

Aaron Carter Singer Aaron Carter on the red carpet at the 52nd annual Grammy Awards in Los Angeles January 31, 2010. Mario Anzuoni/File Photo/Reuters

Twitter users quickly commended the singer's action, one person said she didn't want what happened to late singer Christina Grimmie to repeat itself. 

"Be careful, all I can think about is what happened to Christina Grimmie," the Twitter user wrote. "I would up security big time." 

Grimmie rose to fame through posting covers on YouTube and competing on the reality talent competition The Voice. The 22-year-old was fatally shot by a fan after a concert in Orlando, Florida. 

Releasing his first single at the age of 10, Carter has been in the spotlight for over 20 years. The singer made headlines in November after saying he helped "pave the way" for many young pop stars. 

At the time, Carter responded to a tweet wondering why he never reached the level of fame of Justin Beiber, saying: "I’ve been in this industry before he was born. I’ve had harder times and always bounce back. No, I’m not Justin Bieber I’m Aaron Carter ... I paved the way. These kids have NEVER paid me homage." 

Beiber then came to his defense and volunteered to be Carter's personal "hype man." 

"All love over here Aaron. You got my support," Beiber added. 

Carter wrote back: "I appreciate your support, means a lot. Nothing but love bro."  

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