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Selena Gomez Stalker Admits He’s a Danger To Her!

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This has to be one of the strangest stories on which I’ve reported for a while. Thomas Brodnicki, the man who stalked Selena Gomez, has admitted that he DOES pose a danger to her, even though a judge says he doesn’t.

Brodnicki admits that he has had conversations with God about killing Selena Gomez. He is openly saying that Selena needs protection from him.

The man was charged with felony stalking but last month the charges were dismissed against him. Now he is supporting Selena in her bid to get a permanent restraining order against him.

Brodnicki was picked up on a psychiatric hold last month. The judge in the case has refused to issue the restraining order until Brodnicki could appear in court and defend himself.  A hearing was set for January 6 and he was expected to attend.

He doesn’t want to do that but instead he has filed a sworn declaration telling the judge that

“I believe that a restraining order should be issued against me to prevent me from trying to contact Selena Gomez. I do not wish to object to the restraining order against me because I know it is the only thing that will make me stay away from Selena.”

LAPD Detective Jose Viramontes picked Brodnicki up on the psychiatric hold and in his own sworn statement he said,

“He told me that he had over fifty conversations with God a day, about killing Ms. Gomez.”

Now, as to how a restraining order would actually deter someone that is so fanatical, I have my doubts, don’t you? But since Brodnicki is actually calling for the order himself, who is a judge to deny this?

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