Aaron Carter was arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence (DUI) and alleged possession of marijuana on Saturday. The 29-year-old singer was accompanied by his girlfriend, Madison Parker, when he was pulled over along the streets of Atlanta at around 7:55 p.m. before they were taken into police custody. Reports further claimed that the authorities have found drug paraphernalia inside Aaron Carter's car.

Nick sparks online feud with Aaron

The "Sooner or Later" artist was charged with a DUI, possession of marijuana, and carrying of drug paraphernalia.

Madison Parker, on the other hand, was booked on possession of drug paraphernalia and was charged with obstructing a law enforcement.

Aaron Carter was released from prison after meeting his bail conditions which was set at $4,610 on Sunday afternoon. Following his arrest, Nick Carter took to social media to express his concern about his brother on his DUI arrest. The 37-year-old singer asked his younger brother to reach out to him whenever he needs help.

His statements, however, did not please Aaron Carter who was quick to fire back at his brother in his official statement to address his DUI arrest.

The younger Carter said his brother should have called him when he learned about the incident instead of sharing his thoughts to his social media followers. "That's not cool at all to use me for his PR (public relations) and kick me while I am down," he wrote.

Nick Carter refused to comment on his younger brother's remarks but shared their sister's tweet where she asked Aaron Carter to give them his new phone number for them to call him.

Aaron denies DUI, drug possession

The "Fool's Good" artist said his car "went out of alignment" while driving with a new tire. Aaron Carter added he was seeking for assistance to help him fix his alignment when the police authorities allegedly arrested him with aggression inside a retailer store.

The singer also clarified that he "holds a medical license for medical marijuana" for his anxiety. Aaron Carter thought he was specifically targeted by the authorities because of his celebrity status. He is also confident that the video footage from the store will prove his innocence.

Despite his recent arrest, the singer will continue his promotional activities for his album, called "Love," which was released in February. In fact, Aaron Carter is set to meet his fans in Alabama on Tuesday, July 18.