​Ariana Grande Fan Gifts Returned After Harrassment Complaint to Police

Staff Reporter
May. 7, 2015

Ariana Grande has a fan sending her gifts, and now police have told them to stop contacting the singer or he could face criminal charges for harassment.

Ariana recently received a 42.5 pound pumpkin, 8 Yankee candles, dog and cat calendars, and a three-piece mirror set from Kmart from 29-year-old Tim Normandin, according to the Daily Mail. The Grande fan has been contacted by authorities after sending the singer a $200 anklet from Kay Jewelers. The pop star sought help from police because the packages are ongoing.

While Normandin is said to be vying for her attention, Big Sean is the only man in her life at the moment. The couple have been dating for around two months and were recently said to be “totally in love.” The hip hop artist is planning to take her to meet his family as they spend the holidays together for the first time. An insider has spoken for the first time about their relationship.

“They are both totally in love with each and she feels that he is her soul partner … They are even planning to spend their first holidays as a couple together … He wants to take her to Detroit to meet all his friends and family there. He’s proud of her.”

The Ariana Grande fan gifts are also upsetting her record label, according to the Examiner. Now the company is asking Normandin to stop sending parcels. There have been packages delivered there on a daily basis.

The presents have no doubt creeped Grande out, but she’s been busy this past weekend, according to Entertainmentwise. She’s been celebrating the life of her beloved late Grandfather with Big Sean. She recently tweeted about the celebrations.

“On our way to grandps’ celebration of life earlier @bigsean … my baby.”

The sad thing is that while the Ariana Grande fan has been warned about the gifts, he isn’t taking the threat of harassment charges seriously, and is still sending the parcels. It doesn’t sound like this will end well, because the police have all the evidence they need to make an arrest. If he is arrested, he will have this on her record for the rest of his life.

Ariana also isn’t known for being grateful to her fans. In September, after the singer signed autographs and took photos with fans, she got in an elevator and allegedly said “I hope they all f*****g die.” But then again, Grande did take time to direct message with a fan on Twitter to discuss how important it is to keep a good self-image and stay positive.

While the Ariana Grande fan keeps sending gifts, the singer did release a music video, YAHOO notes. The “Love Me Harder” video features the lyric, “Cause if you want to keep me, you gotta gotta gotta gotta got to love me harder / And if you really need me, you gotta gotta gotta gotta got to love me harder.” Let’s hope her generous fan doesn’t take this literally.

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