Alleged Stalker Arrested at Ariana Grande's Montecito Home
By edhat staff
A 23-year-old man was arrested for stalking and burglarizing the Montecito home of pop superstar Ariana Grande.
On Sunday at 7:43 p.m., Santa Barbara County Sheriff's Deputies responded to the 200 block of Miramar Ave for a security alarm call.
"As a result of that call, [Deputies] arrested 23-year-old Aharon Brown for stalking (felony), burglary (felony), obstruction (misdemeanor), violation of a court order (misdemeanor), damaging power lines (felony) and tampering with fire alarm equipment (misdemeanor)," said Sheriff's Public Information Officer Raquel Zick to edhat.
Brown was also arrested in September 2021 after showing up at the singer's Los Angeles home with a large hunting knife and allegedly threatening Grande and her security team.
Following this incident the Los Angeles Superior Court granted a restraining order against Brown after Grande stated, “I am fearful, for my safety and the safety of my family,” reports Page Six.
Brown is being held without bail and the investigation remains ongoing.