A New York jury will hear statements a former mental patient accused of stalking Uma Thurman made to police.
State Supreme Court Justice Gregory Carro denied a defense motion to exclude the material — including a letter he wrote to the "Kill Bill" actress and e-mails he sent to her father — in which defendant Jack Jordan expresses love for Thurman.
Thurman, who also starred in "Pulp Fiction" and "The Producers," is expected to testify at Jordan's trial, which begins Monday in Manhattan.
Jordan was arrested in October 2007 on misdemeanor charges of stalking and aggravated harassment. He was accused of following and trying to contact Thurman for more than two years.