Aaron Carter claims he's 'trapped' as ex-fiancée Melanie Martin 'won't leave house' after couple split

ONLY days after his son was born, Aaron Carter posted a concerning photo to Instagram, claiming to be "trapped" in the bedroom as his ex-fiancée would not leave the house.

Last month, Aaron, 33, and Melanie Martin welcomed a baby boy, Prince Lyric, but announced their breakup within days.

On Friday morning, Aaron posted to his Instagram Story, writing, "I’m literally trapped inside my own bedroom because my ex will not leave my house."

The frightening post received a follow-up late Saturday night, when Aaron posted a video of a police car driving away from the home.

"Officers came, again. Very nice officers," Aaron said in the brief update.

"I love the Lancaster PD. Anyway, all is good."

Aaron announced the break-up recently, saying: "There has been a very big lie and my sister communicating w my ex -fiancée ruined everything considering she knew what angel tried to do to me in court."

Angel is Aaron's twin sister, who has a contentious history with the singer.

Aaron continued to detail the breakup, according to TMZ: "I have the most conniving deceiving family and Melanie has been lying to me the whole time, communicating with my twin sister and the family members who tried to put me in prison and who tried to get a conservatorship on me in court."

Angel has been blamed for the demise of Aaron and Melanie's relationship.

In 2019, Angel explained in a tweet how Aaron's disturbing behavior and comments regarding his violent thoughts towards children was the reason she also filed for a restraining order.

Aaron reportedly claimed that Melanie is putting some distance between them by heading to Las Vegas, and is taking their son with her.

Perviously, Aaron's California home went on the market for just under $850,000.

It's unknown if or when the couple will both move out of the home.

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