Nick Carter's sister, Bobbie Jean, was arrested for petty theft and drug possession last Saturday, according to a report news site Page Six.
The singer's sister was caught stealing $55 worth of arts and crafts from a Brook is field, Fla., Hobby Lobby store, according to county police records. Hernando's.
Store employees called police, who then escorted Bobbie Jean into an office where she allegedly 'panicked' her bag and threw a blue container under the desk.
This container had 1.3 grams of white powder inside and 0.8 grams of powder inside, after being analyzed the purple powder was fentanyl.
Bobbie, 41, was arrested and threatened to commit suicide, so she was placed under special surveillance.
The record shows she was booked on one count of retail theft and one count of possession of a controlled substance (fentanyl).
Mom of Aaron Carter was arrested for battery after fight over a remote control
While for many members of his family, the death of Aaron Carter has many dubious edges, his mother Jane Schneck was arrested Saturday night after getting into a heated argument with her husband over the remote control.
Florida Police Report Indicates Aaron Carter's mother was taken from her home under arrest and released the next day after posting $100 bail. It appeared Jane Schneck had been drinking with another adult in your home. Neighbors overheard an argument that turned tense.
The husband of 's mother Aaron Carter indicates that he ordered him to lower the volume of the television, because he was sleeping. When he refused, he got up to take the television control away from him. This turned into a verbal argument that ended up being physical. Jane grabbed her husband by the wrist and so he decided to record it on his cell phone and call the police.
When the officers arrived they saw the recording and said they had enough evidence to arrest the mom of Aaron Carter and Nick Carter from Backstreet Boys Until the time this note was written, neither she nor any member of the family had made direct mention of the altercation.