After a day of deliberations, a jury convicts Jack Jordan of stalking the actress

By Brian Orloff
Updated May 06, 2008 12:15 PM

After just a day of deliberations, a jury has convicted a man of stalking Uma Thurman.

Jack Jordan, 37, was convicted of fourth-degree stalking and second degree aggravated harassment. Jordan was found not guilty of two charges of aggravated harassment, according to reports.

The stalking charges can carry up to 90 days in jail, while the aggravated harassment charges could send Jordan to jail for up to a year.

Thurman, 38, was present in court to testify against Jordan on May 1. The actress told the court, “I was completely freaked out. It was like a nightmare. It was scary.”

Jordan was accused of attempting to contact Thurman from early 2005 until late last year. He was originally indicted on five counts: attempting to commit crime of coercion in the first degree; stalking in the fourth degree; and aggravated harassment in the second degree.