Kendall Jenner's latest alleged stalker reaches her pool and front porch at gated house once owned by Charlie Sheen

Kendall Jenner is dealing with another alleged stalker – this time at her multimillion-dollar mansion once owned by Charlie Sheen.

The supermodel sister of Kim Kardashian moved to the seemingly ultra-secure estate in a gated community above Beverly Hills after prior incidents at her two former homes.

Her latest alleged stalker, John Ford, managed to hike through the rugged mountainside near her Spanish-style property and make his way to her private pool area last week, sources told the Daily News.

Ford, 37, was spotted but got away and then returned Tuesday, again making his way around security gates and all the way to her front porch, the sources said.

It wasn’t immediately clear if Ford scaled the same mountainside again Tuesday or found another way into the celebrity enclave that’s been home to the likes of Britney Spears, DJ Khaled, Paris Hilton and Christina Aguilera.

Ford was picked up Tuesday and placed on an involuntary psychiatric hold, the sources said.

He was previously arrested Sept. 1 for misdemeanor trespassing at Jenner’s property and was convicted Sept. 4.

The Los Angeles City Attorney’s office confirmed Ford was taken into custody Tuesday.

“The defendant was picked up for trespassing at the residence he was previously convicted on earlier this year. We did file two additional misdemeanor charges including trespassing and violating a protective order,” City Attorney spokesman Frank Mateljan told The News.

Ford’s arrest was first reported by TMZ.com. The celebrity website said the gated community is installing new fences and adding more security along its mountain borders.

Another man, Shavaughn McKenzie, went to trial for sneaking through the security gate at Jenner’s former home in the Hollywood Hills in 2016.

A jury convicted McKenzie of trespassing but acquitted him on a separate stalking charge.

“It was all pretty clear. We were in agreement he had mental issues and needs treatment,” juror Miracle Jackson, 20, told The News.

Jenner, 22, testified during the two-week trial that she was “terrified” when McKenzie rapped on the window of her locked Range Rover as she frantically dialed friends for help.

Jenner said McKenzie previously accosted her outside the condo building where she lived in the Westwood section of Los Angeles.