The man has already escalated his stalking activities.
He purportedly pulled an enormous hunting blade on the artist’s security. When requested him to leave, he “became combative” and later screamed, “I’ll f**king kill you and her.”
The “God Is a Woman” singer, told the Los Angeles Superior Court of 23-year-old suspect Aharon Brown on Sept. 13 how “terrifying” the situation is to her as Mr. Brown has been “regularly coming” to her home “for over six months.”
“Based on his threats, I am fearful for my safety and for the safety of my family,” she added. “I fear that absent a restraining order, Mr. Brown will continue to come to my home and attempt to physically harm or murder me or members of my family.”
Brown had been visiting the pop star’s LA home since mid-February, an LAPD detective and her tour manager can confirm.
The pop star told the court she doesn’t impart her location to the public, thusly, “the fact that Mr. Brown was able to determine where I reside scares me.”
She added Brown’s visits were inconsistent from the beginning yet turned out to be more incessant “nearly every day, and sometimes multiple times a day.”
“His stalking behavior has progressed and escalated over time,” Roshad Ismail said. “Mr. Brown has also expressed an intention to be violent and to harm Ms. Grande. It is my opinion that Mr. Brown may continue to attempt to stalk, contact, approach and/or harm Ms. Grande after he is released from custody.”
The court gave Grande a brief restraining order, and as indicated by TMZ, Brown is as yet in custody.