Aaron Carter: “[Michael Jackson] Gave Me Cocaine & Alcohol” – DrJays.com Live

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Aaron Carter: “[Michael Jackson] Gave Me Cocaine & Alcohol
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He entered rehab earlier this year for help with “some emotional and spiritual issues.” His full interview with OK! is on newsstands across Australia this week. UPDATE: According to TMZ, an unnamed spokesperson for Carter is now saying the reporter in
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Alcohol Rehab: Council revisits Laguna Vista, passes tight budget
Vice mayor Michael Kyes left his recovery bed at Apple Valley Post Acute Rehab to make an appearance at City Council Tuesday night for a full agenda that included the selection of new planning commissioners, the adoption of the new budget and a discussion of the proposed Laguna Vista development.
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Alcohol Rehab: Aaron Carter reveals Michael Jackson offered him cocaine when he was 15
Washington, July 1 : Singer Aaron Carter has revealed that late King of Pop Michael Jackson gave him drugs and alcohol when he was just 15-years-old.
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