By Sarah Sarder. McClennan told Fox that Carter, 35, was filming a music video March 16 in Houston when a gun that was in his pocket went off and shot him in the head. Carter recently signed a contract with Triple Threat Management and was about to embark on a state tour, Fox reported. McClennan said the family will take his body back to San Antonio for burial. The musician had two daughters, Dixie and Kaylee, according to Fox. McClennan said Carter had been in the military but was unsure whether he would qualify for a military burial. Sarah Sarder. Sarah Sarder is a graduate of the University of North Texas in Denton, where she received Bachelor's degrees in journalism and political science.
Up-and-coming country singer Justin Carter has died after a gun accidentally fired while he was filming a music video. He was She said Carter was in the Army but she is unsure if he meets the qualifications for a military burial.
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Justin Carter died on March 17 of an accidental gunshot wound sustained on the set of his music video. Country music fans are mourning the death of singer Justin Carter, who died on March 17 of an accidental gunshot wound sustained on the set of his music video. According to ABC 13 , the year-old had a gun in his pocket as a prop on the set of the video, which was being filmed in his apartment. It was a tragic end for a young artist whose star was on the rise. The Texas-born musician was raised on classic country artists, and seemed poised to become one himself.
The mother of late country singer Justin Carter is shedding light on his heartbreaking accidental death. News broke this week that he up-and-coming star, 35, died last weekend after a gun, which was being used as a prop on his music video, accidentally fired. The music video shoot was happening in his apartment and Carter's mother, Cindy McClellan, opened up to Fox News about her son's tragic death.