He was one of those who dominated the hit charts in the 90′s.
Now, the 62-year-old boy band creator Lou Pearlman died in prison.
“I had not been who I am today without him,” tweeted Lance Bass of ‘N Sync.
Lou Pearlman , one of the creators behind bands like the Backstreet Boys and ‘N Sync, is dead. The Miami-based producer was 62 years old and was found dead on Saturday in the prison where he was serving a 25-year sentence for participating in a Ponzi scheme, a type of investment fraud. He was sentenced in 2008. READ ALSO PLUS Timberlake: I was blown a fortune
According to Us Weekly have no more details released. Now mourn his old adepts.
“I hear #LouPearlman has left us. Maybe he was not an HONEST businessman, but I had not been who I am today without him. RIP Lou, “tweeted ‘Nsyncs Lance Bass .
Pearlman, who added about 25 million on an audition tour to find members of the Backstreet Boys, had been sued by members of the two well-known bands. The artists claimed that he had double pay for their services.
Now he mourned including the cousin Art Garfunkel . READ ALSO 25 years in prison for the Backstreet Boys founder