Aaron Carter
Aaron Carter attends 102.7 KIIS FM's 2017 Wango Tango at StubHub Center in Carson, California, May 13, 2017. Getty Images/ Frazer Harrison

Singer, rapper, and actor Aaron Carter, known for his songs "I Want Candy" and "All About You," was found dead in his home on Saturday, first reported by TMZ.

Local law enforcement source told TMZ they received a 911 call at 11 a.m. PST that a male had drowned in Carter's Lancaster, CA home. TMZ reports homicide detectives have been dispatched to the scene as a formality, but at this time, there is no evidence or information indicating foul play.

Carter gained fame in the 1990s when his self-titled debut album sold a million copies. The album was released in 1997 when Carter was 9-years-old. Carter's second album, "Aaron's Party," tripled in sales from its predecessor, and Carter became a regular on Nickelodeon and had a guest staring role on an episode of Disney's Lizzie McGuire where he sang his hit "I Want Candy."

Carter's older brother, Nick, is a member of the famous boy band The Backstreet Boys, and Carter toured with them.

Carter would release two more albums and transition to rap music. In 2005 he was a contestant on "Dancing With the Stars."

On Tuesday, Carter was pulled over while driving an RV on suspicion of DUI, according to TMZ. The Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department pulled Carter over around 10:45 a.m. after reports of a driver weaving in traffic. Carter was found sober.

Carter has been open about past drug use and has been to rehab multiple times for his addiction issues.

Carter leaves behind his son Prince, 11 months.