UMA THURMAN STALKER DRAMA
A man accused of stalking actress Uma Thurman was indicted Thursday, Oct. 11 in Manhattan. The alleged stalker, Jack Jordan, was arrested outside Thurman's West Village home on Oct. 5, where he's been lingering and leaving suicide notes addressed to the Kll Bill star. He was jailed in lieu of $10,000 bail and put on a suicide watch.
"He feels that he and Uma Thurman are fated to be together," the New York Post reports a detective wrote in a complaint against Jordan. "Since he came to New York he's been sleeping in a car on her block among other places and has been trying to see her in person and continues to love her."
Jordan has been obsessed with Thurman for two years and believes he and the actress are destined for each other, say authorities. In addition to following her around town, Jordan reportedly has left Thurman cryptic notes on her door step. In one note cops say Jordan wrote, "I feel afraid that if I see you out again with another man, I will want kill myself. Maybe even after we meet."
Last summer, his family became aware of his disturbing thoughts and actions involving Thurman, which prompted them to place Jordan in a mental institute in California, the Post reports. But Jordan was released and immediately fled to New York to allegedly pursue Thurman.