- A man in his early 20s was arrested at the home of singer Ariana Grande after refusing to leave while demanding to see her
- The man is reported to have pulled out a knife at the pop star's security, prompting them to call the police to the scene
- The singer is believed to have been away at the time, as she did not get involved in the chaos
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A man was arrested outside pop star Ariana Grande's Hollywood Hills home after demanding to see her and threatening her security team.
Aaron Brown, said to be 23 years old, showed up at Ariana's home last week in the middle of the night, noting he wanted to see her.
TMZ reports that Brown even flashed out a knife when security tried to make him leave, showing he was not backing down.
The incident reportedly went down on Friday, September 10, and the LAPD was called to the scene after Brown became violent.
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It is not clear if Ariana was home at the time, and if she was - she never came out to see what was going on through the ordeal.
The 23-year-old is now facing felony charges for the said incident.
Ariana has also filed a temporary restraining order against Brown, and she has been granted one until the hearing is done.
Man accesses Kylie Jenner’s home
A few months back, YEN.com.gh reported that a man was arrested at cosmetic mogul Kylie Jenner's home and refused to leave until he got to profess his love for her.
According to TMZ, the 35-year-old man, arrested at Kylie's LA property, is not new to her security as they have seen him before, but he would always comply when asked to leave.
This time around, the man reportedly refused and told security that he was not leaving until he saw Kylie face to face to tell her how much he loved her.
This would not happen, and the security had to detain him as they waited for the police to apprehend him.
The 24-year-old millionaire was not home at the time, and the man was booked for a misdemeanor and trespassing before being released.