A Manhattan judge warned a serial stalker to never, ever, ever go near Taylor Swift’s house again.
Judge Herbert Moses issued a new order of protection against Roger Alvarado, who broke into Swift’s SoHo townhouse Friday for the second time.
Prosecutors say Alvarado, after using a ladder to enter the empty home, took a shower and passed out on a couch.
Cops and Swift’s security team walked in on the sleepy stalker a few hours later.
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He was charged with stalking, burglary, criminal mischief and criminal trespass.
Alvarado already had an order of protection in place following his Feb. 13 arrest for throwing a shovel through the pop star’s front door.
The suspect blew off a March 27 hearing for that arrest.
“His behavior shows no regard for the court order and the criminal justice system,” the prosecutor said, requesting a $75,000 bail.
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Moses ordered Alvarado held on a $50,000 bond.
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