He still maintains that Michael was "a really good guy" as far as he knows.
He still maintains that Michael was "a really good guy" as far as he knows.

Aaron Carter is coming clean about Michael Jackson.

In a newly released clip of the former child star for his upcoming appearance on Marriage Boot Camp: Reality Stars Family Edition (we know, it's a mouthful), Carter brought up an alleged experience with Jackson saying that while "Michael was a really good guy as far as I know", there was this "one time, there was one thing that he did that was a little bit inappropriate."

While he did not elaborate, he has previously hinted about his own relationship and interactions with Michael being a bit strange.

Carter further said he had "hung out" with Jackson and stayed at his house and in his bedroom when he was 15 years old.

Initially, when the HBO documentary Leaving Neverland was released, in which Wade Robson and James Safechuck alleged that Jackson had sexually abused them as children, Carter criticised the men and said they were "stomping on a legend's grave who was there for them". He claimed that his own experience with Michael Jackson had been beautiful and loving and added that he had already been offered six figures for an interview about Jackson which he had turned down.

However, later in a another interview with TMZ he said he had been a bit aggressive while reacting to these allegations and that he would be talking about his own experience with Michael Jackson soon in his upcoming book based on his life. To the Jackson estate, he said, "Stay strong. I love you guys and even if I say something that you don't like, it's still my truth and you're just going to have to accept it."

The Jackson estate and family, meanwhile, have continuously denied all these allegations against the late singer, and have filed a lawsuit against HBO over the documentary.