Clay Aiken superfan descends on singer’s home again

Getty Images File PhotoBarbara Saylor has now failed twice to get access to Clay Aiken.

Getty Images File PhotoBarbara Saylor has now failed twice to get access to Clay Aiken.

An alleged stalker trespassed on “American Idol” alum Clay Aiken’s property in North Carolina, where she was seen peering into his window before someone called 911.

TMZ reports that Aiken was home at the time and that this was the second instance of the obsessed woman showing up at his house. The Aiken enthusiast, 57-year-old Barbara Saylor, reportedly hopped the fence on his compound–no small feat for a senior citizen. But when a brush with Clay Aiken is on the line, people can apparently tap untold stores of adrenalin to perform superhuman acts of strength.

The question remains: Does Babs know that the object of her affection is gay?

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