A serial stalkers' second attempt at bail has been declined, after he was charged with breaching his release conditions.
Glenn Green has more than 200 convictions for breaching protection orders, harassment and intimidation.
He was refused bail in a district court and took an appeal to the High Court in Auckland, where it was refused on Tuesday by Justice Woolford. Legal arguments were suppressed.
Glenn was arrested in June only two weeks after being released from prison because his formal sentence was coming to an end.
The Parole Board imposed conditions including a curfew, electronic monitoring, a ban on internet access and limits to where he can travel. He was also ordered to stay out of Ngaruawahia and Hamilton.
The board said that was because he became obsessed with a woman while in prison. He is alleged to have known where she worked and had planned to visit her.
Green is due to appear at the Manukau District Court next week.