Melanie Martin, Aaron Carter's on-and-off fiancé, officially moved out of the singer's home on Tuesday, Nov. 8, but she wasn't alone.
According to TMZ, sheriff's deputies were called to the Lancaster, Calif., home to "keep the peace" while Melanie retrieved her belongings. It's not known if Melanie was the person who requested authorities, but the report claimed the call came from a woman.
Why someone, possibly Melanie, felt the need for police presence is unclear.
Photos showed several moving trucks parked at Aaron's home, and Melanie was seen wearing a hoodie. Reports said several other people helped her pack and load up the moving trucks.
Authorities have already determined that no crime took place at the home, but Aaron's cause of death hasn't been determined. Evidence seems to suggest that the "I Want Candy" singer died by accident.
The crooner's body was discovered in a bathtub on Nov. 5 by his housekeeper. Two days later on Nov. 7, TMZ reported that multiple cans of compressed air were found in Aaron's bedroom and bathroom, leading investigators to believe he may have been huffing before his death. A friend who was allowed into the home after Aaron's body was removed later confirmed that he saw aerosol cans inside the house, which furthers the belief that the 34-year-old was huffing compressed air.
"After they removed the body from the house, they allowed just a few people to get into the house. We just wanted to go in there and see if any blood or any alcohol or anything was in the house," Madatyan told "Entertainment Tonight." "I went to his bedroom. The bedroom was normal. I went to the bathroom where the bathtub was full of water, like, yellowish color."
Prescription pills were also allegedly found.
Further, the DailyMail.com reported some disturbing allegations from the day Aaron's body was found, claiming his medically trained neighbors heard a frantic 911 call on a police scanner and ran over to the house to assist before medics or police arrived. However, despite being armed with a defibrillator, the housekeeper — the same one who found Aaron — allegedly denied them entry to the home. The neighbors also claimed the housekeeper initially refused to let sheriff's deputies into the home.