(NewsCore) - The man convicted of stalking actress Uma Thurman was busted in Maryland just before Thanksgiving for violating an order of protection the “Kill Bill” star has against him, law enforcement sources told the New York Post Tuesday. Sources said the stalker, Jack Jordan, went “berserk” during an extradition hearing in Maryland and is now being held for observation for 30 days.
Jordan, convicted of stalking and harassing Thurman in 2008, allegedly made phone calls to her Manhattan office and cell phone in late October, sources said.
On Oct. 29, Jordan allegedly called Thurman’s office, spoke to her assistant and demanded to know her whereabouts. The next day, he allegedly called Thurman's personal mobile phone, which her assistant also answered.
Officers from the Montgomery County Police Department told entertainment website TMZ that Jordan was in the process of looking up Thurman’s name on Google when police arrived at his home. Jordan allegedly said Thurman's Swiss businessman boyfriend, Arpad Busson, was "not good enough" and "she should marry me." SOURCE: FOX