Uma Thurman's Alleged Stalker Pleads Not Guilty

Uma Thurman’s alleged stalker of nearly two years, Jack Jordan, plead not guilty today in Manhattan’s state Supreme Court, where he was arraigned on an attempted coercion charge. Whoever is behind the nightmare is responsible for trying unsuccessfully to break into the actress’ trailer on the set of a movie in SoHo in 2005. According to authorities, Ms. Thurman’s unwelcome shadow-companion also sent her threatening correspondence and threatened to kill himself if he ever saw the Accidental Husband star, 37, with another man. Yeesh! If convicted, Mr. Jordan, a former psychiatric patient, could reportedly face up to four years in the slammer. Needless to say, Ms. Thurman will probably not bring him a cake with a file baked inside.

Accused Thurman Stalker in Court in NYC [AP]

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