The Weehawken daredevil who dangled from the new World Trade Center when he was 16 is up to his old tricks, according to a report. Justin Casquejo, who created a national homeland security stir with the 2014 stunt, was charged Monday with hanging off a construction crane at the top of a 38-floor West Side condo building eight months ago, the New York Daily News reported. Complicating matters for the 20-year-old Casquejo is that he is currently serving three years probation stemming from his arrest for scaling the Paramount Tower, a 52-story residential building on East 39th Street near Second Avenue in June 2017. A few months after his World Trade Center climb, Casquejo was charged with scaling the Weehawken water tower and in December 2016 he was arrested again in New York for climbing buildings. In his latest stunt, Casquejo is seen in a video “climbing to the very top of the crane and standing at the edge of it” on March 18 at Two Waterline Square, on West 61st St., according to court documents. The criminal complaint, which was filed Oct. 18 by the building management company, said: “The defendant is seen taking photographs of himself and two other individuals who are with him.” He was released on $5,000 bail earlier this week, the Daily News.