Just a few weeks ago, Aaron Carter threatened one of Michael Jackson's accusers in a shocking video.
However, after he's had time to cool off and think about things, he appears to have changed his tune -- dramatically.
Aaron has now revealed that he has his own untold "experience" with Michael Jackson.
TMZ caught up with Aaron Carter to ask him about the chilling Michael Jackson documentary, Leaving Neverland.
His interviewer wanted to know if he thought that the doc should be pulled from streaming and buried.
"I mean, to be honest, after seeing everyone’s story unfold," Aaron begins.
He admits: "I was a little aggressive when I talked about it at first."
That is a bit of an understatement.
It wasn't so long ago that Aaron told TMZ that he wanted to punch Wade Robson over his words in Leaving Neverland.
Aaron continues, making it clear that his view has softend considerably since he shared his heated words.
"I mean," he says. "Everyone has their own stories."
"And," he observes. "Everyone has their own situations."
"So," he admits. "I can’t really take away from that."
We think that he's saying that he has no right to silence someone who is speaking out.
Especially when he has come to realize that he cannot disprove their claims with his own experience.
"I don't know," Aaron affirms. "So I can't be like 'I was there.'"
Unless it's on a specific date, you can't testify to witnessing someone not molesting a child.
But Aaron is going further than that.
"In regards to that situation," he reveals. "I actually have my own experience."
He is referring very vaguely to something "that happened with Michael."
"So," Aaron promises. "I’mma be talking about that in the future."
The TMZ interviewer addresses the subject as delicately as possible, asking: "like ... abuse?"
"You're just gonna have to find out when I talk about it," Aaron replies.
Aaron adds: "I'm doing a book about my whole life,"
"And," Aaron continues. "I think it's appropriate to [write] about my experience with Michael."
But then he adds a line: "I'll always have his back."
Is Aaron planning to come forward with a claim that Michael Jackson sexually preyed upon him when he was a child?
Coupled with the line about having the late singer's back, he could be suggesting that he forgives Michael for whatever alleged offense.
Or, as some fear, is he promising to share his own "experience" as a sort of buy-my-book clickbait.
He could be planning to address a situation that could have looked to others like something inappropriate, but was innocent.
But we won't know whether he's coming to MJ's defense or leveling an accusation of his own (or both, somehow) until the book comes out.
Poor Aaron Carter has had a number of major obstacles in his life.
His parents are widely believed to be among the worst sorts of "stage parents" one can imagine.
At a young age, Aaron was catapulted to mega fame, but doesn't have the luxurious fortune to show for it.
As an adult, he has had an often strained relationship with his brother, Nick.
Combined with concerns over his mental and physical health and some of his more outlandish statements, a lot of people worry about him.
Fortunately, he's been taking steps to get better in recent years.