Photo: Ariana Grande
June 29, 2022 – Santa Barbara County, Ca.
Apparently, the life of an international pop star isn’t all red carpets and awards ceremonies. Evidence of that eternal verity surfaced on the evening of June 26 th at the Montecito estate of singer Ariana Grande when a burglar alarm brought Santa Barbara County Sheriff’s patrol units to her home, which had recently been bought for $6.7 million from talk show host and
comedienne Ellen DeGeneres.
According to SBSD Public Information Officer Raquel Zick, when deputies arrived at the tudor mansion, they confronted 23-year-old Los Angeles resident Aharon Zebulun Israel Brown on the premises. It was quickly determined that Brown “was the subject of a five-year restraining order” issued Los Angeles County in 2021 pursuant to his arrest for showing up at her Los Angeles home repeatedly while brandishing a weapon and “making threatening statements.” The current restraining order prohibits him from coming within specified proximity of Grande or from entering any premises occupied or owned by her.
Brown was taken into custody and transported to Santa Barbara County Jail, where he was booked on charges of stalking, burglary, damaging power lines, tampering with fire alarm equipment, obstruction of a peace officer, and violating a court order. He remains in custody on a no-bail hold.
Photo: Courtesy biography.com