Alleged Uma Thurman Stalker to Appear in Court

An obsessed creep has been busted for terrorizing sexy screen star Uma Thurman with a campaign of stalking that included camping outside her house, invading a movie set and penning a bizarre drawing in which she was depicted digging a grave, court papers allege.

Jack Jordan, 35, of California believed that he "loved" the "Kill Bill" star ever since he started stalking her two years ago. He eventually left a letter at her Manhattan apartment that contained a bone-chilling threat, the papers said.

"I feel afraid that if I see you out again with another man, I will want to kill myself. Maybe even after we meet," he wrote in the missive left at her building last month.

Jordan, who was arrested outside Thurman's West Village house Friday, will appear in court Thursday on charges of stalking, aggravated harassment and coercion. He was being held in lieu of $10,000 bail Wednesday.

"He feels that he and Uma Thurman are fated to be together," a detective wrote in the complaint against Jordan. "Since he came to New York, he has been sleeping in a car on her block among other places and has been trying to see her in person and continues to love her."

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