Selena Gomez' alleged stalker is clearly out of his mind ... telling TMZ, "I'm very anti-material ... I don't like even touching anything that isn't Selena Gomez."
Moments before Thomas Brodnicki was handcuffed in L.A. this AM, he was out for a stroll in his neighborhood -- telling us he NEVER had conversations with God about killing the actress -- but he does have plans to reunite with her in 2016 ... claiming, "Selena Gomez and I are the holy chosen ones of God."
Brodnicki explained, "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."
As for the whole 2016 reunion -- Thomas tells us, "One of my favorite scenarios is [Selena] flies out here on March 23, 2016. We start seeing each other, and we don't even touch each other for a month."
Brodnicki says he won't try and see Gomez because there's a restraining order prohibiting it, and besides, he says, she's in Canada now.
Brodnicki is being evaluated right now by a shrink and LAPD detectives, who will probably end up putting him on a 5150 psychiatric hold.
Selena Gomez' alleged stalker has been handcuffed by LAPD detectives and he's being interviewed by them right now.
As TMZ first reported ... detectives from LAPD's Threat Management Unit want to speak with Thomas Brodnicki, hoping to place him on a 5150 mental health hold.
Brodnicki was released just before midnight, after a judge dismissed felony stalking charges against him.
Detectives believe Brodnicki -- who has told detectives and a shrink he's spoken with God about killing Selena -- is a real threat to the singer.
Based on Brodnicki's conversation with our cameraman, it's likely cops will indeed 5150 him.
Video of conversation to follow.
Thomas Brodnicki -- Selena Gomez' alleged stalker who was sprung from jail yesterday -- remains a real threat and the LAPD has a Plan B -- this according to law enforcement sources.
The judge in the felony stalking case ruled Wednesday ... there wasn't sufficient evidence that Brodnicki intended to convey his death threats to Selena -- and that's an element of the crime. Brodnicki did, however, tell cops and his shrink that he had discussions with God about killing Selena.
We've learned LAPD's Threat Management Unit will send detectives to re-interview Brodnicki and, if appropriate, place him on a mental health hold. Detectives would then go to court for a conservatorship, making Brodnicki a ward of the county. Once that happens, they would contact mental health officials in Illinois -- the State where Brodnicki resides -- and ask them to take custody of him. At that point Brodnicki would be sent packing to Illinois -- far away from Selena.
Detectives believe Brodnicki is still a danger, although they can't provide special protection because the criminal case has been dismissed. We're told Selena is currently being protected by private security.
Thomas Brodnicki -- the man who allegedly told his shrink and an LAPD detective he had many conversations with God about killing Selena Gomez -- has just had his felony stalking charge dismissed, and he's about to go free.
Although LAPD detectives say Brodnicki is a "credible threat" to Gomez, the judge said there wasn't sufficient evidence that Brodnicki intended to convey threats to Selena -- an element of the crime which prosecutors must prove.
The judge just said Brodnicki will be held for 30 minutes, to give prosecutors a chance to present sufficient evidence -- if that doesn't happen, Brodnicki will be a free man.
There is, however, a civil restraining order against him, requiring him to stay clear of Selena.
TMZ has a producer in the courtroom who heard Brodnicki's lawyer say to Brodnicki after the judge's ruling, "Get the f**k out while you can."
4:12 PM:The prosecutor will not present new evidence so Brodnicki is going free.