Uma Thurman’s stalker ‘arrested after calling her twice’
Washington: Uma Thurman’s stalker Jack Jordan has been arrested after he called the actress twice in the days leading up to Thanksgiving.
According to the New York Post, Jordan reportedly called her office on October 28 and her cell phone the day after. And both times, Thurman’s assistant answered, Fox News reports.
The calls led to Jordan’s arrest in Maryland just before Thanksgiving for violating the order of protection handed down after he was convicted on stalking and harassment charges in 2008.
Sources said that Jordan then went “berserk” after his arrest, and is being held for observation in Maryland for 30 days.
Jordan was convicted after Thurman testified of his threats to her two children, sexual come-ons and a photo he sent to her of a decapitated bride.
Jordan also approached her trailer on a movie set in 2005 with a card that read: "My hands should be on your body at all times."