How Rich Is Nick Carter? Backstreet Boys Singer’s Net Worth, Salary, Forbes Fortune, Income, and More

What is Nick Carter’s net worth? Late Aaron Carter’s brother from the Backstreet Boys band has an impressive fortune.

Content warning: This article contains discussions of sexual assault.

It’s been a tough year for the Carter family. Not only did Aaron Carter pass away at the age of 34, but now Nick Carter is facing a rape allegation from a Backstreet Boys fan.

Per PageSix, Nick was spotted all smiles after the rape allegation was made public. Nick’s lawyer told the outlet, “This claim about an incident that supposedly took place more than 20 years ago is not only legally meritless but also entirely untrue.”

In the wake of his unfortunate suit, fans are curious to know more on Nick Carter’s finances. So, how much is Nick Carter worth? Here’s what we know about his net worth amid his recent scandal.


What is Nick Carter’s net worth?

In spite of the A Very Backstreet Holiday being canceled in light of the recent allegations against Nick, the Backstreet Boys singer is still pretty set financially — according to Celebrity Net Worth, Nick is worth an estimated $35 million.

NICK CARTER Profile Summary

Nick Carter is a singer, songwriter, actor, and former reality TV star.

  • Profession: Singer, Songwriter, Actor, Reality TV star
  • Net worth: $35 million
  • Birth Date: January 28, 1980
  • Birthplace: Jamestown, New York
  • Birth Name: Nickolas Gene Carter
  • Marriages: Lauren Kitt (2014)
  • Children: Odin Reign, Saoirse Reign, and Pearl

What are the allegations against Nick Carter?

Nick Carter

While the overview of this case is horrific in its own right, the details are even more shocking. The lawsuit alleges that Carter used an offensive slur to describe the woman, who has been diagnosed with autism and cerebral palsy, and also said that no one would believe her.

“He also said he’d turn people against me because he’s Nick Carter and he would wreck my life,” the woman is quoted as saying.

In a statement, Michael Holtz, Carter’s lawyer, said that the claims made in the lawsuit were “legally meritless” and “entirely untrue.”

He added that the plaintiff has been “manipulated into making false allegations about Nick — and those allegations have changed repeatedly and materially over time.”

“No one should be fooled by a press stunt orchestrated by an opportunistic lawyer — there’s nothing to this claim whatsoever, which we have no doubt the courts will quickly realize,” he said.

The lawsuit breaks down all of the allegations against Carter.

The lawsuit alleges that Carter invited the woman onto the group’s tour bus after a concert in Tacoma, Wash., in February 2001. Once they were on the bus, Carter gave the woman what she believes was an alcoholic drink and forced her to perform oral sex on him in the bathroom. The suit also alleges that Carter demanded that she stop crying as she perform the act.

The suit further alleges that Carter raped her a second time at the back of the tour bus while she begged him to stop. She was a virgin at the time, according to the suit.

The woman was afraid to report the incident because of the threats that Carter made, and the suit claims that she struggled with depression and self-harm in the years following the incident. The lawsuit is seeking more than $30,000 in punitive and compensatory damages.

“I am getting better and I am ready to seek justice,” she said in a news release that was coupled with the lawsuit.

ABC was set to release a new holiday special featuring The Backstreet Boys on Dec. 14 but has announced that the special has been pulled from their schedule because of the lawsuit. The network will now air comedy reruns instead.

The allegations against Carter are obviously quite serious, and will likely forever change the way he’s publicly perceived. It isn’t clear when the case is set to be heard before a judge, or whether the two sides will ultimately decide to settle the proceeding outside of court.

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