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Uma Thurman's stalker seeking plea deal

Jack Jordan, the man convicted of stalking Uma Thurman, is seeking a plea deal after being accused of attempting to contact the actress once again. The Associated Press reports that Jordan’s lawyer might be seeking a psychiatric treatment program as part of a possible plea after a judge refused to toss out the case in court Wednesday. Jordan is in jail with bail set at $500,000.

Jordan was convicted of stalking charges in 2008 after he tracked Thurman down on a movie set and at her home. He was arrested in November in North Potomac, Md., after it was discovered he was making phone calls to Thurman. His next court date is scheduled for March 30.