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Aaron Carter denies selling rescue dogs for fat cash

Aaron Carter is such trash. Honestly.  But this is beyond.  So Aaron “rescued” this bulldog from the Lancaster Animal Care Center in Los Angeles and the center was thrilled he did so, sharing a pic of him with his new pooch on their instagram page.  But now the post has been updated to say they’re looking into claims Carter is selling the dog to make a profit.


What started it all was a post on instagram from him this weekend saying “This is my new buddy. So by the way, if I can’t keep him, I am going to be listing him,” Carter, 31, said in the video about the pooch, named Mighty. “He’s 10 months old, and he’s running for $3,500. So if anybody wants to give my English bulldog (a home), I rescue him and I find him homes.”

Carter denied the allegations on Twitter Sunday.

“I think it’s apalling [sic] that I actually even have to explain myself I’ve rescued many dogs & found many dogs homes,” he tweeted. “What I said in my Instagram live video was a joke. Find one dog that I adopted and sold for money, be my guest. WONT HAPPEN. I’m a good person and i deserve respect.”

He also claimed to earn $3 million per year and didn’t need the money from selling his dog.

“And with all due respect I own a home I make over $3 million a year I don’t need to sell a dog for money so have some respect and don’t try to slander my name because I will defend myself and I will take legal action,” he wrote. “DONT TRY IT. So back the f–k off… gn.”

Carter’s rep had no comment.