Ariana Grande39s stalker pleads guilty to multiple charges

Ariana Grande's stalker pleads guilty to multiple charges

Ariana Grande's stalker reportedly broke into her home almost a hundred times.

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Aharon Zebulun Israel Brown was convicted of multiple charges and faces more than three years in prison.

He pleaded guilty to molesting Ariana Grande from February 1, 2021 to June 26, 2022 while she was under a restraining order and to committing “first-degree burglary” at her home in Montecito on June 26, 2022 made death threats against her on September 10, 2021.

Santa Barbara County District Attorney John T. Savrnoch said Thursday, Jan. 11, that Aharon Brown is expected to be sentenced in May to three years and eight months in prison. He must then respect the terms of a restraining order that bans him from any contact with the “7 Rings” singer for ten years.

Aharon Brown has relentlessly harassed Ariana Grande. According to TMZ, he violently broke into his California mansion almost a hundred times between February and September 2021, once brandishing a knife. He had threatened to kill Ariana Grande's bodyguards, but police intervened and took him into custody.

Following this incident, the artist obtained a five-year restraining order against his harasser. Which didn't reassure Aharon Brown. He allegedly broke into the former Nickelodeon star's home again in June 2022 and cut the cables to his alarm system and telephone lines. The police found him hiding in the house.