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Nick Carter Reveals Substance and Alcohol Abuse Problem in New Memoir

May 24, 2013 (9:20 am) GMT
Carter becomes the first member in his group to release a book entitled 'Facing the Music and Living to Talk About It' which will come out in September.

In the midst of ' comeback as group, one of the members, will release a memoir. Carter's upcoming book "Facing the Music and Living to Talk About It" is going to be released on September 24, via Bird Street Books.

According to Associated Press, the autobiography will reveal Carter's teenage days with Backstreet Boys and his family matters. The book will reveal his problems with drugs and alcoholic drinks as well. Carter has two siblings, and Leslie Carter. However, Leslie died last year following a struggle with substance abuse.

A description of the book posted by Amazon reads, "From his battle with addiction to serious health complications and the pain of his younger sister's tragic death." The book is also said to provide Carter's advice to overcome the situation.

Carter, who is engaged to Lauren Kitt, is also reported to have his own reality show. The show reportedly will revolve around preparation for their wedding. However, a representative for the singer tells E! News that there will be "no reality show."

Last month, Backstreet Boys received a star on Hollywood Walk of Fame as they celebrated their 20th anniversary. The group will release their 8th album "" on July 30.


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