When Aaron Carter was arrested for DUI in Georgia last weekend, it was his second run-in with police in just a matter of hours.
TMZ reported on July 18 that the singer went to a Walmart in Commerce, Georgia on July 15 after blowing out a tire on his Chevy Suburban, and he arrived riding on the rims of the vehicle.
The website, which has photos of Aaron inside the Walmart, said he left his Chevy there for an hour while the tire was replaced. When he returned, though, his credit cards were declined. He then told employees to call his manager to figure out and solve the problem.
While this was all going on, TMZ said that someone called the police because employees feared that he had a spare key and could leave without paying the bill.
As luck would have it, a fan paid the $110 tab after Aaron gave her an autograph and took a picture. Two hours later, Aaron was arrested after, according to the Associated Press, he was "driving all over the road."
"He was driving all over the road and driving into the median," Habersham County sheriff's Capt. Floyd Canup told AP.
Aaron, who appeared disheveled in his mugshot, thinks he was targeted because he's famous. He also argued that he wasn't even driving the car, but cops said otherwise.
Jail records said he was booked for driving under the influence, possession of marijuana, and having drug-related objects.
He was released on bail on July 16.
After the arrest, Aaron's brother, Backstreet Boys singer Nick Carter, tweeted, "To my brother: I love u no matter what & if u feel the need to reach for help, I am here and willing to help you get better. Family isn't always easy, be we're all here for you."
Aaron, though, didn't take too kindly to that. In addressing his brother, Aaron said, "If my own blood truly cared about my well-being, why wouldn't he call me directly and have a conversation instead of making this about him through a very public forum? That's not cool at all to use me for his PR and kick me while I am down. I love my family despite it through thick and thin."