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Ariana Grande gets five-year restraining order for man she feared would ‘kill’ her or her family

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Ariana Grande was given a five-year restraining order against a man she feared would “kill” her or loved ones after he brandished a “large hunting knife” and “threatened to kill her” at her Los Angeles home.

A man named Aharon Brown was arrested on Sept. 9 after he entered her property, allegedly brandishing a large hunting knife, which he allegedly threatened to use on the 7 Rings singer’s security team when they confronted him and a judge now has ruled that he must stay away from the 28-year-old pop star until October 5, 2026.

According to rolling stone, one of 28-year-old Ariana’s security guards testified before Los Angeles County Supreme Court Justice Reginald L. Neal about his confrontations with Brown, prompting him to grant the warrant.

Precautionary Measure: Ariana Grande was able to get a five-year restraining order against a man she feared would “kill” her or loved ones after brandishing a “large hunting knife” and “threatening to kill her” in her home in Los Angeles according to Rolling Stone

The Thank U, Next singer had shared her own written statement with the court last month, explaining how the man “terrified her” with his obsessive behavior, explaining that he was in front of her and husband Dalton Gomez’s home in February. began to appear.

He then increased his visits in August and September to the point where he was on site “almost every day and sometimes several times a day.”

She added in her statement: “The fact that Mr. Brown has been visiting my house regularly for over six months scares me.

“Based on his threats, I fear for my safety and for the safety of my family. 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.”

Troubled times: A man named Aharon Brown was arrested on Sept. 9 after entering her property, allegedly brandishing a large hunting knife, which he allegedly threatened to use on the 7 Rings singer's security team when he was confronted and a judge now ruled that he must stay away from the 28-year-old pop star until October 5, 2026 (seen in December 2018)

Troubled times: A man named Aharon Brown was arrested on Sept. 9 after entering her property, allegedly brandishing a large hunting knife, which he allegedly threatened to use on the 7 Rings singer’s security team when he was confronted and a judge now ruled that he must stay away from the 28-year-old pop star until October 5, 2026 (seen in December 2018)

Weapon: The knife Brown brandished can be seen above, now in police possession

Weapon: The knife Brown brandished can be seen above, now in police possession

A law enforcement officer also filed a statement stating that the restraining order was essential because he feared the alleged stalker would be released from prison.

Grande was at home when her alleged stalker threatened to kill the singer after she showed up at her Hollywood Hills residence in the early hours of September 9.

Details of the alleged incident emerged at the time in documents filed to obtain a permanent restraining order against man Aharon Brown, 23, and were obtained by TMZ.

According to the documents, Brown had terrorized the 34+35 singer, 28, for seven entire months before a terrifying incident in which he entered her home brandishing a “large hunting knife” while the star was home.

Backup: According to Rolling Stone, one of 28-year-old Ariana's security guards testified before Reginald L. Neal of the Los Angeles County Supreme Court about his confrontations with Brown, prompting him to grant the warrant

Backup: According to Rolling Stone, one of 28-year-old Ariana’s security guards testified before Reginald L. Neal of the Los Angeles County Supreme Court about his confrontations with Brown, prompting him to grant the warrant

He reportedly became annoyed when her security team asked him to leave, prompting him to scream, “I’ll fucking kill you and her.”

In her statement, she wrote: “I fear for my safety and the safety of my family. I fear that without a restraining order, Mr. Brown will continue to come to my house and attempt to physically harm or kill me or members of my family.”

Police were called as Brown fled on foot. Although he was ordered to stop several times, he refused and was eventually taken into custody.

Grande and her team’s claims have been backed up by a law enforcement officer who filed a statement saying he feared the alleged stalker would be released from prison and continue to pose a threat to her.

Her side: The Thank U, Next singer shared her own written statement with the court last month, in which she told how the man

Her side: The Thank U, Next singer shared her own written statement with the court last month, in which she told how the man “scare her” with his obsessive behavior, explaining that he had begun to pray for her and husband Dalton Gomez. to show up. house in february

Last May, Grande and mother Joan were given a five-year restraining order against a stalker named Fidel Henriquez.

Police arrested him after he sneaked past her security to leave a love note at her door.

Henriquez was charged for trespass and felony battery after allegedly spitting on the officers who arrested him.

Grande bought the Hollywood Hills mansion for $13.7 million last year, according to Variety.

Not the first time: Last May, Grande and mother Joan were given a five-year restraining order against a stalker named Fidel Henriquez

Not the first time: Last May, Grande and mother Joan were given a five-year restraining order against a stalker named Fidel Henriquez

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