Who is Aharon Brown? Ariana Grande’s stalker gets arrested again after breaking into home on her birthday
Ariana Grande celebrated her 29th birthday on June 26 and it looks like the pop star had an unwanted guest at her house in California. According to multiple reports, the longtime stalker of Ariana Grande broke into the singer’s house in Montecito. However, as luck had it the ‘Thank U, Next’ hitmaker was not at home when the incident took place.
Ariana Grande’s stalker, who has been identified as Aharon Brown, was arrested on Sunday, June 26 for breaking into the singer’s house. This was the second time when Grande’s stalker was put behind the bars, as reported by TMZ. Aharon Brown had also made headlines when he was arrested in September 2021 after he showed up at the crooner’s Los Angeles home with a large hunting knife.
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Who is Aharon Brown?
Aharon Brown has a history of stalking Ariana Grande as he seems to be wrongly obsessed with the singer. While there is no personal information available on Brown, it was revealed that he in September 2021 clearly had a bad intention toward Ariana Grande. According to TMZ, Brown screamed, “I'll f***ing kill you and her!" when he showed up at the singer’s house in LA last year.
Aharon Brown was then arrested for making criminal threats. A judge also issued a restraining order prohibiting him from coming near Ariana. However, that did not stop him as he violated the restraining order by again trying to get close to the singer. According to TMZ, the 24-year-old was supposed to turn himself in for violating the restraining order but he traveled to Montecito, California, and broke into her house. Reports say that Ariana was not home at the time of the incident but a security alarm went off as cops showed up to arrest Brown. According to reports, Brown was arraigned on charges of stalking, burglary, damaging power lines, violation of a court order, and obstruction, to which he plead not guilty.
‘I am fearful, for my safety and the safety of my family’
In September 2021 while getting a restraining order against her stalker, Ariana Grande pleaded with the LA Superior Court saying, “I am fearful, for my safety and the safety of my family.” She continued, “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”, as reported by Page Six.
In May 2020, Ariana Grande faced a similar situation. The singer and her mother Joan were granted five-year restraining orders against a stalker named Fidel Henriquez. The cops had arrested the stalker after he left a love note at her door by dodging her security. Henriquez was booked for misdemeanor trespassing and felony battery, after allegedly spitting on the officers who arrested him.