Backstreet Boy Nick Carter finally broke his silence on his bar fight arrest. Silence may have been better.

Backstreet Boy Nick Carter finally broke his silence on his bar fight arrest. Silence may have been better.
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Backstreet Boy Nick Carter has broken his silence (was he being silent about it? Did anyone really notice?) about being arrested in Florida after an alleged bar fight in January. Sort of. In an interview with Access Hollywood released on April 4, Carter talked not so much about his arrest as around it.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7UkR1-6DXkI

The alleged bar brawl and resulting arrest are referred to by Access Hollywood as "a little bump in the road." Carter agreed, saying, "Things definitely don't always turn out the way you plan it." When asked how he broke the news to his wife, Carter said, "My wife is extremely supportive with me. Even when I was down there, she was like, 'Go have a good time, enjoy yourself.'"

Which sounds a lot like he's saying his wife gave him permission to get drunk and rough up a bouncer, because what else could "enjoy yourself" mean?

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He still looks pretty cute, even in a mug shot. 
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When Access Hollywood asked Carter if his arrest was a "wake-up call" for him, he replied with a lot of words put together into sentences that somehow don't really say anything at all:

Absolutely, we are all human, we act that way sometimes. For me it's always about learning from my mistakes, and learning from things that might not necessarily be mistakes. Little hiccups, and things that can happen in our life. I'm very aware of everything that's going on around me and know what I have to do to be the best I can be.

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Wow, nicely done! Maybe Nick Carter should consider a career in middle management, where talking a lot but basically saying nothing is truly an art.

Related: Guy gets arrested, posts Trip Advisor-style review of his cell. For some reason the cops don't love it.

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