Nick Carter’s sister Bobbie Jean to be buried in her home state of Florida following her sudden death at age 41 – sister Angel vows to end generational trauma which claimed lives of three of their siblings

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  • Although the cause of death remains unclear, and sources close to the family have said they believe she passed away due to cardiac arrest 
  • The insider also relayed that Bobbie Jean’s daughter Bella, eight, is in the custody of her grandmother, Jane Schneck, 64 
  • Fans may know Bobbie Jean from her appearance in the reality show House of Carters, which aired in 2006
  • She, like her late brother Aaron and late sister Leslie, struggled with substance abuse 

Nick Carter’s sister, Bobbie Jean Carter, will be buried in Florida, where she died Saturday at the age of 41, according to People.

Although the cause of death remains unclear, and sources close to the family have said they believe she passed away due to cardiac arrest.

The insider also relayed that Bobbie Jean’s daughter Bella, eight, is in the custody of her grandmother, Jane Schneck, 64.

In a statement to TMZ the grieving mother spoke about her devastating loss. 

‘I am in shock from learning of the sudden death of my daughter, Bobbie Jean; and I will need time to process the terrible reality of this happening for the third time,’ she began.

Bobbie Jean Carter will be buried in her home state of Florida, where she died Saturday at age 41

‘When I am able to think clearly, I’ll release a fuller statement; but until then I would request to be left to grieve in private.’

She added: ‘However deeply a parent feels the loss of a child, the suffering of a young child at the loss of a parent must be much greater.’

‘So, I would ask the sympathetic to say a prayer for my precious eight year old granddaughter Bella, who previously lost her father and is now also left without her mother.’

Fans may know Bobbie Jean from her appearance in the reality show House of Carters, which aired in 2006. 

She, like her late brother Aaron and late sister Leslie, struggled with substance abuse. 

Aaron died from an accidental drowning in November 2022 at his home in Lancaster, California, caused after his inhaling difluoroethane and taking alprazolam, the generic form of brand-name Xanax. He was 34. 

Fans may know Bobbie Jean from her appearance in the reality show House of Carters, which aired in 2006

Fans may know Bobbie Jean from her appearance in the reality show House of Carters, which aired in 2006

Billie Jean, like her brother Aaron and sister Leslie struggled with substance abuse.  Leslie died of a drug overdose at age 25 in 2012. Leslie, (center) died of an drug overdose in 2012 at 25. Aaron passed away from an accidental drowning to to his drug use in November 2022 (Pictured in 2006)

Billie Jean, like her brother Aaron and sister Leslie struggled with substance abuse.  Leslie died of a drug overdose at age 25 in 2012. Leslie, (center) died of an drug overdose in 2012 at 25. Aaron passed away from an accidental drowning to to his drug use in November 2022 (Pictured in 2006)

Leslie died of a drug overdose at age 25 in 2012.

In June, Bobbie  was arrested on a shoplifting charge for an incident at Hobby Lobby and was put on a suicide watch after threatening to kill herself.

Investigators discovered she was in possession of fentanyl, potent synthetic opioid drug similar to morphine but 50 to 100 times more powerful.

If Bobbie Jean did die of a heart attack as her family reportedly believes, her drug use could have contributed to it, according to the National Library of Medicine.

Nick, 43, has not spoken publicly about this latest family tragedy, but his sister Angel, 35 made a lengthy statement on Instagram Sunday, promising to prevent the trauma that haunted her siblings from hurting the next generation

Nick, 43, has not spoken publicly about this latest family tragedy, but his sister Angel, 35 made a lengthy statement on Instagram Sunday, promising to prevent the trauma that haunted her siblings from hurting the next generation

Nick, 43, has not spoken publicly about this latest family tragedy, but his sister Angel, 35 made a lengthy statement on Instagram Sunday, promising to prevent the trauma that haunted her siblings from hurting the next generation. 

‘This starts with our children, and creating healthy conversation within the home. The generational dysfunction stops now.’ she wrote Sunday.

Please visit @onoursleevesofficial to learn more about how you can get involved, and how to be there for your loved ones. I love you BJ, you’re free now.’

If you or someone you know is struggling with substance abuse and/or mental health issues, please contact the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration at 1-800-662-4357.

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