Fan obsessed with Ariana Grande went to her house and wanted to kill her

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Two months ago, (march 5, exactly), a fan obsessed with Ariana Grande called Fidel Henriquez he tried to get to his home in Los Angeles and a few hours ago received a restraining order. In addition, international media reported that not only he wanted to enter his property but also wanted to assassinate her.

A few hours ago, various media outlets reported that the authorities they found evidence inside the suitcase Fidel with the that may have killed the singer in addition to a love letter that was directed to Ariana.

As a consequence, the stalker you cannot approach within 100 yards (90 meters) the singer and his mother, Joan. The order will be valid for five yearsuntil may 5, 2025.

“As a result of the actions of the lord Henriquez, I have suffered and am still suffering emotional distress. I’m afraid that mr. Henriquez will come to my house in the future,” said Joan in his judicial declaration.

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Also banned contact them in any way, or by means of letters or telephone calls, as well as by social networks.

The day that attempted to enter the house of the singer, Fidel was arrested and a search warrant and accused of rape of minor crimes for assaulting and spitting on the guards of the residence of Ariana.

As was expected, the news of which also had intentions of killing her caused controversy in social networks and fans of the singer of “Thank U, Next” came to their defense. Here are some of the reactions.

After the restraining order Ariana and her mom are more quiet. The singer recently announced that is about to premiere a new single called Stuck With U of the hand of Justin Bieber. The theme will help to raise funds for all those affected by the coronavirus through the foundation First Responder”s Children’s.