Ariana Grande’s stalker breaks into house and violates restraining order

A man previously arrested for stalking Ariana Grande has been jailed again, according to TMZ, after breaking into the singer’s home in Montecito on her 29th birthday.

Aharon Brown — who has repeatedly violated Grande’s restraining orders in the past — was arrested Sunday after breaking into Grande’s home while she was away, a source told the celebrity news site.

Brown was also arrested last September after showing up at the pop star’s Los Angeles home with a large hunting knife, allegedly yelling “I’ll f–king kill you and her” at Grande and her security.

Vidak For Congress obtained court documents after the September incident in which the “Thank U Next” star pleaded with the LA Superior Court to grant a restraining order against Brown.

“I’m afraid for my safety and the safety of my family,” the singer told the Los Angeles Superior Court.

Hunting knife that Brown had during the break-in last September.
Brown had broken into Grande’s house in September with a large hunting knife.
Los Angeles County Courts

Grande continued, “I fear that, without a restraining order, Mr. Brown will continue to come to my house and attempt to physically injure or kill me or members of my family.”

While the restraining order was issued against Brown, he allegedly violated the warrant recently, TMZ reported.

The celebrity stalker was said to turn himself in on Tuesday for the offense but instead traveled to Grande’s house two days earlier to try and get close to the star again.

Ariana Grande
The singer had previously pleaded with the LA courts for a restraining order against Brown, because she feared for her life.

Brown was charged with stalking, burglary, damaging power lines, violating a court order and obstruction, to which he pleads not guilty. Brown has been in custody since Tuesday.

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