Get Out! Ariana Kicked Pete Out Of Her $16M Pad & Changed Locks After Split

So cold!

Following their sudden split last weekend, exclusively learned Ariana Grande booted Pete Davidson out of their shared NYC pad — and changed the locks!

The singer went to extreme lengths to ensure she'd have no contact with her ex-fiance after their whirlwind engagement abruptly ended. "Ariana has no plans to continue being friends with Pete," a source told, adding that although it was an "amicable breakup," she was the one who called it off.

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"If he had his way, he would still be with her," said the informant.

Grande, 25, swapped out the locks on their $16 million love shack because she no longer desires Davidson, 24, for support after their brutal breakup. "Ariana is going through a very rough time right now and she has the absolute support of her family and friends," revealed the pal.

"She has a lot of work to do on herself and she is in the process of healing and recovering from the breakup," the insider said of Grande, who purchased the whopping 4,000 square ft apartment with Davidson in June.

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Just last month Davidson gushed about Grande and their 28th street sleek love best on SNL, saying, "She pays 60 grand for rent and all I have to do is stock the fridge!"

As fans know, Grande was hit hard by the traumatic overdose death of her ex, Mac Miller, on Sept. 7.

After taping the upcoming NBC Special A Very Wicked Halloween this morning, Grande — sans the $100,000 engagement ring given to her by Davidson — announced that she was taking a break from social media.

In an Instagram caption, she wrote, "Today was very special. Time to say bye bye again to the internet for just a lil bit. It's hard not to bump into news n stuff that I'm not trying to see right now," she continued.

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