The man accused of stalking “Good Morning America” host Robin Roberts — even threatening to punch the cancer survivor in the face — was deemed unfit to stand trial Tuesday by a Manhattan judge.
The psych exam results for loon Troy Warren were revealed in Manhattan Criminal Court.
Warren, 43, who is in custody and charged with harassment and stalking the TV personality, didn’t appear before Judge Erika Edwards.
He allegedly made visits to ABC’s Times Square studios at least eight times and threatened Roberts between June 10 and June 24, according to court documents. He asked to see Roberts several times before being asked to leave.
He was arrested four days after allegedly telling the security director of “Good Morning America” on July 24, “When I see her, I’m going to punch her in the face.”
Meanwhile, in the same courtroom Monday, Kevin McGlynn, the homeless man charged with sending pop starlet Rihanna creepy handwritten notes three different times, was also found unfit for trial.
McGlynn did not appear in court.
He was busted in July on stalking, menacing and harassment charges for delivering notes to the Barbadian beauty’s luxe SoHo apartment.
In the letters, McGlynn allegedly threatened and insulted her, including calling her a “b—h,” cops said at the time.
Attorneys for the alleged stalkers declined to comment.
Both men return to court on Sept. 17.