Life Police demand part of Aaron Carter’s arsenal By weekster Posted on September 20, 2019 2 min read Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+ Now that his brother and sister have requested a contact ban for him, Aaron Carter wants to show his good will. On Twitter, the former child star announced on Wednesday that he voluntarily handed over two of his guns to the police. He later deleted that tweet again. “We love our brother and hope he gets the treatment he needs before he harms himself or anyone else” Brother Nick, singer of the Backstreet Boys, and sister Angel said on Tuesday that they had no choice but to apply for a ban on access to Aaron, after their youngest brother announced that he had thought of killing Nick’s wife Lauren and their unborn child. “We love our brother and hope he gets the treatment he needs before he harms himself or anyone else,” said Nick and Angel in a statement that the singer shared on Twitter. Earlier this week the youngest Carter was in the news because he had refused to give up his weapons during a psychological evaluation at his home. A team from the police and health authorities visited the former child star because someone in his area had indicated they were worried about him. Whether the report came from Nick and Angel is unknown.