Just two days after his second arrest for stalking tween sensation Miley Cyrus, it seems Appling, Georgia resident Mark McLeod is finally being considered a serious threat to the 16 year-old singer/actress. So serious, in fact, that a judge has ordered the 53 year-old stalker to stay away from Miley’s Twitter page.

And as if receiving a Twitter ban wasn’t bad enough, McLeod has been further ordered to stay clear of Cyrus on all “social networking sites.” Clearly specified in a copy of the restraining order obtained by E! News, the document goes on to demand that Miley’s recidivist pursuer “not harass, threaten, molest, contact or attempt to contact, or in any other manner interfere with Cyrus, any member of her family, her friends, and fellow employees.”

In other words: She’s just not that into you, dude.

Currently being held in Georgia’s Columbia County Detention Center on $50,000 bond, McLeod was previously released from jail due to “overcrowding,” following an attempt to sneak onto the set of Cyrus’ film, “The Last Song,” in June.