He’s not happy, to put it mildly.
Aaron Carter had this to say to OK! about Lindsay’s legal trouble. “It hurts me to see that. I hope she can really learn something from this. They are going to make an example of you now, Lindsay, and you deserve it. You don’t get in the car with two people and go chasing after your assistant going a hundred miles an hour down PCH. I don’t know what to say about it anymore.”
“I’m pissed!” Aaron continued. ”If I had a chance to talk to her, she would probably end up trying to attack me or something, because the things that I would have to say would be very blunt and not what everybody else has told her. I haven’t gotten a chance to talk to her because she knows that if I did, I’m the only one who would be real because her to everybody else (is), ‘Oh, Lindsay! You’re a star!’ Not me. I’ve been doing it my whole life, sweetheart. I don’t need you.”
“There were times when you needed me, so don’t forget that,” Carter ranted. ”I dated her when I was 12, 13 years old. (Lindsay now is) not the Lindsay I know. I see somebody who is washed out, puffy. That’s not who I know. She used to stand outside the gates of my concerts to get in and I would let her in when we were dating, when the only thing she did was Parent Trap. 30,000 girls outside my concerts and she was in the front, waiting to get in. When I knew her at that point, she was fine.”
Aaron Carter claims that the moment Lindsay Lohan set foot in Los Angeles, trouble began to follow. “I don’t live in LA, I live in Miami,” Aaron explained. ”And look, I’ve got color in my face. I’m healthy! I’m sober.”
Carter also stated that the first thing he would do to help out Lindsay is get her back in touch with her father. ”Michael Lohan is a very good man,” Aaron defended the controversial father. ”He was thrown under the bus very bad by that family. It takes a man to keep a family strong sometimes. I would go and find her dad. I wouldn’t even care about finding her mother.”