A man who has already been arrested for stalking Ariana Grande has been arrested again … this time after breaking into her Montecito home on her 29th birthday.
Aharon Brown has a history of dogging Ariana. He was arrested last September at her L.A. home after showing up with a large hunting knife, allegedly screaming at her security, “I’ll f***ing kill you and her!” He was arrested for making criminal threats and a judge issued a restraining order prohibiting him from coming near Ariana.
That did not stop him. He violated the restraining order recently by trying to find Ariana and apparently got close. He was supposed to turn himself in Tuesday for violating the restraining order, but Sunday he traveled to Montecito and broke into her house.
Sources with direct knowledge tell TMZ … on Sunday, Brown somehow got into Ariana’s Montecito home. She wasNOT home at the time, but the security alarm went off and cops showed up and arrested Brown.
He has been arraigned on charges of stalking, burglary, damaging power lines, violation of a court order and obstruction. He pled not guilty. Brown is currently in custody.
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