Aaron Carter Might Have Tried To Flip A Rescue Dog

August 5, 2019 / Posted by:

Yes, flipping, as in the way couples on HGTV flip houses. And since this is Aaron Carter we’re talking about, this story is weird and fucked up.

It’s almost as though Aaron Carter was reading the personal life section on his Wikipedia page and thought, “You know what? This could do with a big, random splash of alleged animal exploitation.” Because car wrecks, meth, rehab, defending Michael Jackson, and faking a pregnancy wasn’t enough of a broken-down roller coaster ride. TMZ says that some people started side-eyeing Aaron the Animal Lover’s motives after he recently rescued a 10-month-old English bulldog named Mighty.

Last Thursday, Aaron posted this on Instagram:


Awww, so sweet, Aaron’s a dog daddy. Except Aaron’s puppy love might have lasted about as long as Aaron’s party. And much like Aaron’s party, the suspicion grew after Aaron invited people to come and get it. “It” being Mighty.

Aaron posted an Instagram Story in which he explained that in the event he couldn’t keep Mighty, he’d be willing to let him go to a good home in exchange for $3,500. Oh, and he’d be willing to let Mighty go ASAP, so hurry up and bring your cash. Someone tell the shameless degenerate puppy scammers of Craigslist that Aaron is coming for their turf.

Aaron tried to clear up the situation on Instagram by posting the following comment:

“Just an FYI to everyone, I still have my other two dogs. Fostering a dog is one of the most rewarding experiences you can have (other than adopting, of course), however I still have my pets (family) and appreciate some of your concerns.”

Except that Aaron claimed he had rescued Mighty, not that he was fostering it. So things aren’t adding up here, and it sounds like we’ve got some of Aaron’s classic shit decisions at work. Like his choice to tag the rescue organization in his first Instagram post about Mighty. Lancaster Animal Care Center caught wind of what Aaron was doing, and they claim they’re investigating the situation.

Aaron is now backpedalling on Twitter, trying to explain that he was just joking about selling Mighty for $3,500. He also claims he’s too rich to be flipping dogs on Instagram.

Listen to Aaron acting like he’ll sue a person over this. Let me imagine that phone call: “Hello, I need to sue someone for dog slander. How much will that cost? $4,000? Okay (looks at one of his dogs) I think I got the money right here.

TMZ points out that typically a rescue organization will make you sign a contract that states if you cannot look after the dog, you should return it back to them. So not only was Aaron being shady as hell, he might have broken a contract too. But let’s just pretend Aaron was actually joking about selling the dog he flipped. Aaron says he’d never sell a dog for money. Okay sure. So then if we suddenly discover that Mighty is no longer living with him, the most logical conclusion will be that Mighty gave himself away for free. I’m basing this off the fact that if I were a dog that suddenly got adopted by Aaron Carter, I’d do anything to get out of there too. I’d pack my bones and Kongs and hop in a car with anyone. Well, maybe not Jenelle Evans, but anyone else.

Pic: Wenn.com

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