Ariana Grande’s stalker pleads guilty to charges

Ariana Grande’s stalker has entered a guilty plea for multiple charges, leading to a prison sentence of over three years.

Aharon Zebulun Israel Brown has been found guilty of various offenses, including stalking Grande from February 1, 2021, to June 26, 2022, despite an active restraining order against him.

He also committed First Degree Residential Burglary at her residence in Montecito on June 26, 2022, and made Criminal Threats against her on September 10, 2021.

Santa Barbara County District Attorney, John T. Savrnoch, announced that Brown is set to be sentenced in May, facing a prison term of three years and eight months.

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Additionally, he will be subjected to a ten-year restraining order, strictly prohibiting any form of contact with the 7 Rings singer.

According to TMZ, Brown forcefully entered Grande’s California home nearly 100 times between February and September 2021, even wielding a knife during one instance.

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The outlet reported that Brown threatened to kill Grande’s security guards while carrying the weapon, but the police were called and he was taken into custody.

Following that incident, the performer was granted a five-year restraining order against her stalker.

However, Brown allegedly broke into the former Nickelodeon star’s home in June 2022 and cut the wires connected to her alarm system and phone lines.

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He was later found hiding in the house by the police.

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