Aaron Carter has revealed a giant new face tattoo amid a major family feud and growing concern about his mental health.
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The former '90s heartthrob live-streamed the tattoo session, which saw police officers visit his home twice for welfare checks after fans called emergency services to report he was having a "medical emergency".
He then took to Instagram to show off his ink, which was inspired by an image of pop star Rihanna as Medusa, complete with snakes for hair.
"@johnnydangandco you're the greatest in the game everyone needs to know and they will after THIS PIECE," Aaron captioned his selfie.
He followed this up with a shirtless mirror shot, declaring "IM THE BIGGEST THING IN MUSIC RIGHT NOW. I CANT BE DENIED. FACT CHECK ME [sic]".
The new ink comes amid family drama for the former child star, who recently claimed his late sister molested him as a child.
His brother and twin sister, Nick and Angel, have both filed restraining orders against him, citing "alarming behaviour".
"In light of Aaron's increasingly alarming behavior and his recent confession that he harbors thoughts and intentions of killing my pregnant wife and unborn child, we were left with no choice but to take every measure possible to protect ourselves and our family," Nick tweeted. The singer also claimed his brother hears "voices in his head."
Earlier this month, Carter appeared on an episode of The Doctors where he shared his mental health diagnosis, including that he suffers from multiple personality disorder, schizophrenia, acute anxiety, and manic depression.
However Carter has reassured his followers that he's okay, despite recently cancelling multiple tour dates to find "some peace."
"I'm doing just fine. I ask you to respect me and leave me alone. I already have to move and I don't need to be under scrutiny with every decision I make," he wrote on Twitter.
"I will take the necessary precautions to protect myself, and when I move no one will know where I live!"