Published: Wed, July 12, 2017
Medicine | By Daryl Nelson

Latest Ariana Grande Concert Threat Defused After Man Arrested in Costa Rica

Latest Ariana Grande Concert Threat Defused After Man Arrested in Costa Rica

After briefly suspending her tour for two weeks in May following the Manchester attack, Grande returned to the Dangerous Woman tour in June.

The Costa Rica Times claimed that the threat was written online in Arabic and noted that Costa Rica's Judicial Investigative Police launched an immediate investigation into the threat.

The man arrested is 22 years old and had posted a series of threats on a page dedicated to Grande's tour.

Authorities in Costa Rica say they have arrested a 22-year-old Colombian man on suspicion of threatening to stage an attack at a concert by the pop singer.

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Thankfully, following a manhunt and a 6am raid on his flat in the capital San Jose, the individual only known by the last name of Caicedo Lopez was swiftly brought into custody by the country's Special Tactical Response Unit.

"The original threat was in the Arabic language and indicated that there could be a situation of danger or an attack at the concert", Espinoza said. Grande's concert went on as planned, and she performed for a reported 14,000 fans.

The Break Free singer took to Instagram to pay her respects following her concert in Buenos Aires, Argentina on July 5. She captioned the image: "I love you, Costa Rica" Before the gig she posted a selfie and wrote: "Costa Rica tonight!"

The family of Roussos also shared memories of the girl that day. "We've lost everything. We have".

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