Uma Thurman stalker convicted

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  • Uma Thurman stalker found guilty

    Uma Thurman’s obsessed fan Jack Jordan has been found guilty of harassing and stalking the Hollywood star for two years.

    The jury at New York’s Manhattan Supreme Court delivered its verdict shortly before midday on Tuesday.

    Jack, 37, insisted he was in love with the Kill Bill actress, who said she was ‘completely freaked out’ by his ‘frightening’ behaviour.

    The former mental patient turned up at her home and film sets and bombarded her with bizarre letters.

    Uma told the court that one of the letters contained a drawing of an open grave, headstone and razorblade.

    She said: ‘It was almost like a nightmare. It was scary.’

    Jordan faces up to a year in prison after the week-long trial, which saw Uma’s mother and father testify.

    He was arrested outside Thurman’s New York home in 2005 after attempting to force his way into her movie trailer, while she was shooting My Super Ex-Girlfriend.


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