Uma Thurman's stalker convicted

Jack Jordan faces a year in jail

NEW YORK -- A Manhattan jury has convicted a lovesick former mental patient of stalking and harassing actress Uma Thurman.

Jack Jordan faces up to a year in jail.

The verdict comes after a weeklong trial that featured gripping testimony from the Academy Award-nominated actress. Thurman says she was "completely freaked out" by Jordan's behavior.

Prosecutors say he stalked her off and on over the last three years. He showed up at her front doorstep and her SoHo movie set and sent a series of bizarre cards and letters. Her parents say he also called them up in tearful, suicidal rants about their daughter.