Ariana Grande has been charged with one count of endangering the welfare of a child.
The singer was taken into custody after an officer smelled cannabis and found the singer at the address, according to the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department.
The investigation began on Nov. 23 after officers noticed Grande’s car parked in the parking lot of the L.A. County Fairgrounds in Culver City, California, according the Sheriff’s Office.
They found a small amount of cannabis in her car.
She was arrested and booked into the Santa Ana Jail, where she was released the following day.
Grande’s manager, Michael B. Smith, told ABC News, “Ariana is completely sick.
She is totally in a state of psychosis.”
Grande’s mother, Raquel Grande, was at her son’s court hearing.
She said that she believed her daughter was under the influence of drugs, according.
Grande has a history of domestic violence and mental illness, and was arrested in 2014 for assaulting her husband, singer Chris Brown, who is also a Grammy-winning artist.
She pleaded no contest to misdemeanor battery charges and was ordered to perform community service, according her attorneys.
Grande was released from jail on a $50,000 bail.
Grande will return to court on Dec. 1.
“We are absolutely sickened by this,” Grande’s attorney, David Ochs, told The Associated Press.
“She is sick, and we are sickened.
It’s completely out of control.”
The singer’s mother and father, as well as her sister and brother, are in court in Los Angeles.
Grande had been in the midst of a tour promoting her latest album, The 21st Century Breakdown, when she and her husband were arrested.