Taylor Swift’s stalker, who admittedly bashed his way into the pop star’s Tribeca townhouse — twice — has no regrets and would likely try his twisted courting ritual again, he told The Post in an exclusive jailhouse interview Friday.
Roger Alvarado, 22, grinned with wild eyes as he confessed, “I don’t regret it’’ when asked about his latest violent incursion into the singer’s home.
Questioned whether he would break in again, the obsessed fan added, “Probably, with more violence, but not towards her.
“I don’t want to hurt her. I just wanted to speak to her, to talk to her. She seems nice [and] cool,’’ Alvarado said.
The obsessed Florida native was arrested Thursday for using a concrete block to smash through the “Shake it Off” singer’s second-floor glass patio door, then ransacking her pad, cops said — just 30 days after he was released from prison for busting in months earlier.
In April, Alvarado was cuffed for breaking into the same apartment, using the star’s shower and napping on her bed. He pleaded guilty to criminal contempt and burglary and was sentenced to six months behind bars, plus five years probation.
At The Tombs in Manhattan on Friday, Alvarado confessed to getting a thrill out of a recent interview the songstress gave in which she detailed having a frightening stalker.
“Does she say my name?” he beamed — pulling his gray jumpsuit over his mouth to hide a smile — when told about the article.
Alvarado said he was at his grandma’s home in Miami on Wednesday when he decided to make a trip the Big Apple, violating an order of protection.
He promptly “took a taxi to next to where [Swift] lives” and lurked around the neighborhood for a while, he said.
Alvarado said he then rang the singer’s buzzer, and a woman who was not Swift answered and peeked outside. She then backed away, “like she was scared,” he said.
He refused to talk in more detail about the criminal case. He also wouldn’t elaborate on why he adores the star, saying he listens to other types of music and that she’s not even his favorite singer.
“I’m not a superfan,” he said. “I listen to a lot of hip-hop.”
His favorite Swift albums are her most recent: “1989” and “Reputation,” he said.
He said he never considered simply trying to meet Swift the old-fashioned way — without creeping her out or breaking her property.
“Oh, I didn’t think of that,” he said. “I guess I should have done that first.”
Alvarado, who has used a ladder to break into the singer’s home, is charged with stalking, burglary and felony criminal contempt for violating an order of protection.
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