A record company has taken Aaron Carter to court, claiming the singer had no right to disavow a recording contract on grounds he signed it when he was a minor. TMZ obtained the legal papers, filed Tuesday in Los Angeles Superior Court. Trans Continental Records claims Carter signed the recording contract in December 2004, when he was 17-years-old. Carter turned 18 last December.
According to the papers, earlier this month Carter's lawyers notified Trans Continental that Carter "hereby disaffirms, cancels, and voids any and all such agreements that may have been signed... at the time he was a minor."
Trans Continental claims a Superior Court judge had approved the contract when it was signed -- therefore, it cannot be disavowed now. Read more