UPDATE: Ariana Grande and her mother Joan Grande have obtained a permanent restraining order against the man arrested at her L.A. home last month, E! News can confirm.
On Tuesday, a judge ordered the individual to stay at least 100 yards away from Ariana, Joan and their respective homes and vehicles. The restraining order will expire in May 2025.
In documents obtained by E! News, Joan's declaration claimed that authorities "discovered notes in [the man's] backpack expressing a desire and threat to murder my daughter, Ariana Grande-Butera."
"I am fearful for my safety and for my daughter's safety," Joan wrote in the declaration. "As a result of Mr. Henriquez's actions, I have suffered, and continue to suffer, emotional distress. I am afraid that Mr. Henriquez will come to my home in the future."
Get more details on the case below.
Ariana Grande is seeking a temporary restraining order against a man who was arrested for allegedly trespassing on her property, E! News can confirm.
The 26-year-old pop star filed the legal documents in Los Angeles on Friday. According to TMZ, who was first to report the news, Ariana's mother Joan Grande is also seeking court-ordered protection.