Uma Thurman's Stalker Offered Bail
A man awaiting trial for allegedly breaking a restraining order by attempting to contact Uma Thurman has been given the chance to post bail - if he can raise $250,000.
Jack Jordon, who was convicted of stalking the Kill Bill actress in 2008, is accused of breaching a protective order by calling Thurman's cell and New York office phone, prompting her to lodge a complaint with police.
He was arrested during a raid at his mother's Maryland home in November and was placed under doctors' supervision. Jordon was subsequently charged with two counts of criminal contempt and appeared in court last week when he entered a not guilty plea. He was ordered to remain in custody at New York's Rikers Island prison as he awaits trial.
However, on Wednesday a judge gave him a chance to get out of jail - but only if he can post the $250,000 cash bail or $500,000 bond set during the hearing.
The initial 2008 restraining order was put in place after Jordon was found guilty of fourth-degree stalking and one count of second-degree aggravated harassment after sending the blonde beauty creepy letters and threatening to kill himself outside her New York home in 2005.
He was ordered to stay away from Thurman for five years.