MANHATTAN SUPREME COURT — He's not off the hook yet.
The development Tuesday came as the judge refused to grant an order of protection for the Material Girl, but warned Linhart “to stay away” from Madonna.
The 61-year-old superfan was arrested in September 2010 after allegedly making and holding up signs that professed his love for the singer outside her Central Park West apartment.
Police charged Linhart with felony weapons possession after allegedly finding an ice-pick in his car and switchblade in his pocket. He was never charged with stalking.
But in March, Manhattan Supreme Court Justice Bonnie Wittner dismissed the case because prosecutors failed to meet the deadline for a speedy trial — 180 days from the date of arrest for a felony case.
Then earlier this month, the judge agreed to let prosecutors revisit the case after they admitted to making a "dumb mistake" by waiting too long to try him.
On Tuesday, the judge went a step further, reinstating weapons and resisting arrest charges against the overzealous fan.
Linhart is set to appear in court again on June 19.