Watch: Some Creepy Old Dude From Colorado Has A Weird Fascination With Selena Gomez

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Now this is just


: The above video is just one of many,


clips that Jay Herrod of Colorado has posted to YouTube, obsessing over Disney starlet and Grand Prairie's Own

Selena Gomez


Welcome to the downside of celebrity, Selena! Seems somewhat reminiscent of the very creepy documentary I Think We're Alone Now, which focuses on the fanatical obsessions of the fans of '80s teen idol, Tiffany.

I really don't know what to make of these clips -- the rest of which are also posted after the jump -- other than that Selena and her new beau, one Justin Bieber, might want to hire some extra security. Let's just say that it isn't helping matters that some other nutjob is calling Herrod, pretending to be Gomez's assistant.

Oh, and a warning: All of these clips will give you the creeps.

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