Thurman’s Stalker ‘strikes Again’

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November 2, 2010 | 8:40am EST

A man who was convicted of stalking Uma Thurman two years ago has allegedly violated a restraining order by attempting to contact the actress.
Jack Jordan was found guilty of fourth-degree stalking and one count of second-degree aggravated harassment by a jury in 2008 after he bombarded Thurman with notes and letters, and threatened to kill himself outside her New York home in 2005.

He was ordered to seek psychiatric counselling and stay away from the Kill Bill star for five years.

But the 39 year old allegedly violated the order of protection by making a series of phone calls to the actress last week, reportedly calling her home and cell phone and speaking to her assistant.

Thurman lodged an official complaint with police on Sunday, according to E! Online.

A police source tells the website, “Uma had a criminal complaint prepared against this guy and filed on Oct. 31. No arrests have been made, but he is wanted here. If he shows, he’s getting locked up.”

Department of Probation spokesman Ryan Dodge tells the New York Post that officials are “investigating and will take appropriate action”.

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