Police were acting on a “credible threat” on Saturday when they arrested a man outside of a Lana Del Rey concert. He was charged with planning on kidnapping the singer.

The man, from Riverview, Florida, was arrested a block away from the Amway Center, where Del Rey was scheduled to perform on Saturday night. Police charged him with counts of aggravated stalking and attempted kidnapping after the offender made threatening posts and videos involving the singer on social media.

Upon being arrested, the man was found to be in possession of tickets to the concert as well as a knife. This was confirmed by the Orlando Police Department in a statement. Police also confirmed that “at no time was [he] able to make contact with” Lana Del Rey.

Lana, for her part, says she is "fine" in a statement she made via Twitter.

For more detailed information, head to Rolling Stone for the full story.

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