Thurman Stalker Freed After Pleading Guilty To Harassment

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November 23, 2011 | 7:35am EST

A man convicted of stalking Uma Thurman was ordered to undergo therapy five times a week on Tuesday after pleading guilty to making harassing calls to the Kill Bill star.
Jack Jordan, 40, was convicted of stalking the actress in 2008 and was arrested again last year over allegations he breached a restraining order by calling Thurman’s cell phone and her Manhattan office in October.

He has remained in custody on $500,000 bond but on Tuesday was freed by a New York judge after pleading guilty to aggravated harassment and two counts of criminal contempt.

During the case at Brooklyn Supreme Court, Justice Matthew D’emic ordered Jordan to see a psychologist five days a week for the next two years. He was also told to provide prosecutors with 48-hours notice if he is planning to enter New York.