Ariana Grande's stalker breaks into her home on her birthday

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By stefan armitage

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Ariana Grande has faced yet another security scare from a stalker she has sought legal action against in the past.

As reported by Page Six, a man who the singer once said made her "fearful for her safety" has been arrested after breaking into the star's Montecito, California, home.

The incident reportedly occurred on Sunday, June 26 - which was the former Nickelodeon star's 29th birthday.

This is not the first time Aharon Brown has targeted Grande. He was also arrested back in September 2021 after breaking into the chart-topper's Los Angeles home and threatening both Grande and her security team with a large hunting knife. During that incident, he reportedly screamed: "I’ll f***ing kill you and her"

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Following the September incident, Brown was arrested for making criminal threats and the 'Thank U, Next' singer asked the LA Superior Court to grant her a restraining order against her stalker, saying: "I am fearful, for my safety and the safety of my family."

Grande added:

"I fear that absent a restraining order, Mr. Brown will continue to come to my home and attempt to physically harm or murder me or members of my family."

And although Grande was successful in obtaining a restraining order, TMZ reports that Brown recently attempted to locate the singer and reportedly got "close".
Brown was reportedly supposed to hand himself in on Tuesday (June 28), but instead broke into Grande's Montecito property on Sunday.

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A source close to the incident told TMZ that Grande was fortunately not home at the time of the break-in, but police were dispatched to the property after Brown set off the security system.

Brown has since been arraigned on charges of stalking, burglary, damaging power lines, violation of a court order, and obstruction.

TMZ reports that he is currently being held in custody after pleading not guilty. A hearing for this most recent case is scheduled for October 5.

Page Six reports that Grande told the court back in September that she does not share her address with the public, and was therefore fearful that Brown was able to determine where she lived.

The singer says that Brown's initial attempts to contact her were "sporadic", but then he started to show up at her property "nearly every day, and sometimes multiple times a day".

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Ariana Grande's stalker breaks into her home on her birthday

vt-author-image

By stefan armitage

Article saved!Article saved!

Ariana Grande has faced yet another security scare from a stalker she has sought legal action against in the past.

As reported by Page Six, a man who the singer once said made her "fearful for her safety" has been arrested after breaking into the star's Montecito, California, home.

The incident reportedly occurred on Sunday, June 26 - which was the former Nickelodeon star's 29th birthday.

This is not the first time Aharon Brown has targeted Grande. He was also arrested back in September 2021 after breaking into the chart-topper's Los Angeles home and threatening both Grande and her security team with a large hunting knife. During that incident, he reportedly screamed: "I’ll f***ing kill you and her"

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Credit: UPI / Alamy

Following the September incident, Brown was arrested for making criminal threats and the 'Thank U, Next' singer asked the LA Superior Court to grant her a restraining order against her stalker, saying: "I am fearful, for my safety and the safety of my family."

Grande added:

"I fear that absent a restraining order, Mr. Brown will continue to come to my home and attempt to physically harm or murder me or members of my family."

And although Grande was successful in obtaining a restraining order, TMZ reports that Brown recently attempted to locate the singer and reportedly got "close".
Brown was reportedly supposed to hand himself in on Tuesday (June 28), but instead broke into Grande's Montecito property on Sunday.

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Credit: LANDMARK MEDIA / Alamy

A source close to the incident told TMZ that Grande was fortunately not home at the time of the break-in, but police were dispatched to the property after Brown set off the security system.

Brown has since been arraigned on charges of stalking, burglary, damaging power lines, violation of a court order, and obstruction.

TMZ reports that he is currently being held in custody after pleading not guilty. A hearing for this most recent case is scheduled for October 5.

Page Six reports that Grande told the court back in September that she does not share her address with the public, and was therefore fearful that Brown was able to determine where she lived.

The singer says that Brown's initial attempts to contact her were "sporadic", but then he started to show up at her property "nearly every day, and sometimes multiple times a day".

Featured image credit: AFF / Alamy