After he brandished a ‘large hunting knife’ and ‘threatened to kill her’ at her Los Angeles home, Ariana Grande was able to obtain a five-year restraining order against a man she feared would ‘murder’ her or loved ones.
Aharon Brown was arrested on September 9th after trespassing on her property and allegedly brandishing a large hunting knife, which he had threatened to use on the 7 Rings singer’s security team when they confronted him. A judge has now ordered him to stay away from the 28-year-old pop star until October 5th, 2026.
According to Rolling Stone, one of Ariana’s security guards, 28 years old, testified in front of Los Angeles County Superior Court Judge Reginald L. Neal about his encounters with Brown, prompting him to issue the order.
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Last month, the Thank U, Next singer submitted her own written statement to the court, in which she described how the man’s obsessive behavior ‘terrified’ her and that he began appearing outside her and husband Dalton Gomez’s home in February.
In August and September, he increased his visits to the point where he was at the property “nearly every day and sometimes multiple times a day.”
‘The fact that Mr. Brown has been regularly coming to my home for over six months terrifies me,’ she added in her statement.
‘I am concerned for my safety and the safety of my family as a result of his threats.’ Mr. Brown will continue to come to my house and attempt to physically harm or murder members of my family or me unless a restraining order is obtained.’
A police officer also filed a declaration stating that the restraining order was necessary because the alleged stalker was about to be released from jail.
Ariana Grande was at home when her alleged stalker showed up at her Hollywood Hills home in the early hours of September 9th and threatened to kill her.
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Details about the alleged incident were revealed in documents obtained by TMZ filed to get a permanent restraining order against the man Aharon Brown, 23.
According to the documents, Brown had been terrorizing the 34+35 singer, 28, for seven months before a terrifying incident in which he showed up at her home brandishing a ‘large hunting knife’ while she was at home.
When her security team asked him to leave, he reportedly became agitated, yelling, ‘I’ll f**king kill you and her.’
‘I am fearful for my safety and the safety of my family,’ she writes in her declaration. Mr. Brown will continue to come to my house and attempt to physically harm or murder members of my family or me unless a restraining order is obtained.’
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While Brown was fleeing on foot, the cops were called. Despite being told to stop several times, he refused and was eventually arrested.
The claims of Ariana Grande and her team have been backed up by a police officer who filed a declaration stating that he was concerned that the alleged stalker would be released from jail and continue to be a threat to her.
Last May, a stalker named Fidel Henriquez was granted a five-year restraining order against Grande and her mother, Joan.
Police apprehended him after sneaking past her security to leave a love note on her door.
After allegedly spitting on the officers who arrested him, Henriquez was charged with misdemeanor trespassing and felony battery.
According to Variety, Grande paid $13.7 million for the Hollywood Hills mansion last year.