A certain male stalker broke into American singer Ariana Grande’s Los Angeles home back in September 2021, TMZ has confirmed.
Grande’s stalkers have often made headlines in the past, with a particular one going as far as harassing her mother in 2020. The incident prompted a court to issue a temporary restraining order.
According to TMZ, a man identified as Aharon Brown was apprehended after he allegedly showed up uninvited at Grande’s home, armed with a “large hunting knife” and spewing frightening threats. Brown told the singer’s security, “I’ll f*cking kill you and her” when he was denied access to Grande’s Los Angeles residence and once the police responded to the scene, he was taken into custody.
Although a permanent restraining order was issued, Brown showed up at the singer’s Montecito home over the weekend on her 29th birthday– the 26th of June.
“He was supposed to turn himself in on Tuesday for violating the restraining order, but Sunday he traveled to Montecito and broke into her house,” stated the outlet.
It is unclear how the man gained entrance, but it was noted that Grande wasn’t home. Brown will now face “charges of stalking, burglary, damaging power lines, violation of a court order and obstruction.”
He has however reportedly pleaded not guilty to the charges but remains in police custody as we report.