Man Arrested For Threat Against Ariana Grande Concert

A 22-year-old Colombian man is accused of threatening an attack on the Ariana Grande's Costa Rica concert, The Associated Press reported. 

According to prosecutors, the suspect is a Colombian citizen who made the threats online in Arabic.

Head investigator Walter Espinoza identified him by the family names, Caicedo Lopez. Nonetheless, Grande's concert, which was held in Alajuela on Sunday, went on without incident. Billboard also reported that the suspect was released later that night on parole, but he is barred from leaving the country as police continue the investigation.

News of the threat comes less than two months after a suicide bomber killed 22 people after Grande wrapped up her concert in Manchester, England. Still, Grande isn't letting the controversy halt any future Dangerous Woman Tour plans. She's scheduled to continue her trek throughout the summer in Mexico, Asia and Australia.

Grande has also been made an honourary citizen of Manchester after organizing her One Love Manchester benefit show in early June to raise funds for the victims of the attack.

Original article by James Dinh at iHeartRadio