The man who allegedly threatened to killSelena Gomez has been set free.
Thomas Brodnicki, who is said to have told people he had “conversations with God” about murdering Gomez and revealed to a psychiatrist that he made multiple visits to her workplace, had his felony stalking charge dismissed after a preliminary hearing in a Los Angeles court on Wednesday.
Judge Edmund Willcox Clarke granted Brodnicki’s attorney’s motion to dismiss the case, having ruled that prosecutors failed to demonstrate “probable cause” for a full trial.
In a sworn declaration, police had characterized Brodnicki as a“serious threat” to the singer-actress.
There is still a civil restraining order against Brodnicki that requires him to stay away from Gomez.