Ariana Grande isn't taking any chances when it comes to her safety or health nowadays.
In a new report from TMZ, the celebrity gossip outlet reported that a twenty-something man was taken into custody on Saturday (March 14) after he bypassed the pop titan's security measures and walked right up to the front door. He reportedly knocked on her entryway repeatedly until the properly manager answered and informed him that Grande was not home. Authorities were called to the scene and the man was arrested nearby her residence.
TMZ also reported that police found "a love note" dedicated to the singer, which included directions to her house. The unidentified individual was booked for misdemeanor trespassing and felony battery for allegedly spitting on one of the cops.
In related news, the brother of the man who set off the explosion at Grande's Manchester Arena concert in 2017 has been found guilty of 22 murders. Hashem Abedi was found guilty on Tuesday at the Justice Hall in London. Prosecutors said that he was just as guilty of the attacks as his brother, Salman Adebi. The latter killed himself when he detonated the bomb at the end of her concert set.
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