He won’t let her shake him off.
Taylor Swift’s obsessed stalker — who broke into her TriBeCa townhouse last year and was released from jail just 30 days ago — scowled for the cameras Thursday after he was once again busted for sneaking into the pop star’s home.
Roger Alvarado, 22, is charged with stalking, burglary and felony criminal contempt for violating an order of protection after smashing his way into the “Blank Space” singer’s 153 Franklin St. pad around 2:20 a.m.
Alvarado had nothing to say for himself as he was led out of the 1st Precinct station house en route to arraignment in Manhattan Criminal court. He wore a gray zip-up hoodie.
Police were called to the singer’s apartment by its automated security system.
The wannabe Romeo did six months in jail last year after he was busted breaking into Swift’s place, using her shower and falling asleep in her bed on April 20.
Alvarado, a Florida native, was released on Feb. 5 and ordered to travel down to the Sunshine State to serve five years’ probation there for the smash-and-nap.
He was supposed to report to probation officers there Feb. 27, but it was not immediately clear whether he ever did.
Swift, who owns units in an adjacent building, has been doing construction to connect the two structures with “interior access to the adjacent building,” according to work permits posted outside. She has plunked down more than $50 million to snap up and unite several units on the block.
A police a source said Alvarado used a construction ladder to climb onto a connecting building on nearby Leonard Street and then used a brick to bash in a glass door on Swift’s second-floor balcony, which triggered a security alarm.
Swift is out of town and was not home at the time, according to sources, who added that Alvarado did not steal anything. Her people dropped by the apartment to asses the damage, sources added.
The break-in comes just one day after Swift, who has a restraining order against Alvarado, revealed that she totes around combat medic-supplies for fear of overzealous fans.
“You get enough stalkers trying to break into your house and you kind of start prepping for bad things,” she told Elle magazine.
Alvarado was awaiting arraignment in Manhattan Thursday afternoon.
Additional reporting by Olivia Bensimon and Kevin Fasick