Uma Thurman’s alleged stalker, a 35-year-old man named Jack Jordan, today rejected a plea offer, which would have put him in a psychiatric facility for a stint. Apparently, if he had pleaded guilty, his felonious attempted coercion charge would have been reduced to a misdemeanor after he completed a year of mental treatment. (As we reported last month, Mr. Jordan has already pled not guilty.) Arrested in October for, among other spooky pranks, trying to hang out with the 37-year-old actress in her trailer on the set of a movie in Soho, Mr. Jordan will continue to shack up with his parents in Massachusetts. (The exact location of his whereabouts has not been disclosed.) According to the AP, the defendant’s attorney, George Vomvolakis, said his client would consider pleading guilty to a misdemeanor.