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During the eerie conversation, Brodnicki claims he and Selena are divinely connected, and that he flew out to the west coast from Chicago in hopes of meeting her. "Selena Gomez and I, perhaps unbeknownst to her at her tender age, are the holy chosen ones of God."
Although Brodnicki claims he won't be upset if he never meets Selena, stating: "I'm not overly concerned if I meet [Selena] in the flesh because it may be like scripture says, 'No man has seen the face of God.' Maybe us being together is too much like seeing the face of God." But then ... the alleged stalker changes his tune.
Brodnicki goes onto describe his fantasy about living with Selena in the future. About his dream vision, Brodnicki shares: "My favorite scenarios, and God doesn't reveal everything to me, is she flies out here [Los Angeles] on March 23, 2016 and we start seeing each other, but we don't touch each other for a month."
With startling words like this, we're sure Selena and her family are relieved Brodnicki is back behind bars. This week has indeed been a emotional roller coaster for the singer. Besides dealing with this stalker drama, Selena has also been faced with her boyfriend, Justin Bieber's paternity case. Just yesterday, as news broke that the case was falling apart, Sel told Ellen DeGegeres, "I have been [alright]."