Jordan is a 25-year-old banker. He has suave brown hair and dons a white shirt and a striped oak brown tie underneath a brown striped vest with a pocket watch in the left pocket. He wears dirt brown gloves and holds a cigarette in his left hand. It is known that Jordan drinks champagne and smokes cigarettes.
Events of Criminal Case
Jordan became a suspect after the player and Isaac found his keys at the lighthouse where Lucrezia was pushed off of. When informed that a murder occurred, he hoped that they believed he was not involved in some way. In regard to the victim, he said he was barely introduced to her, and said it was ghastly that someone would murder her.
Jordan was spoken to again regarding a love letter he received from the victim. He did not inform them since a woman's reputation is fragile, but said once they met he realized they were incompatible. It was not even because of her scars, Jordan just felt the victim was too boring for his tastes. As for Lucrezia, he said she was upset but luckily did not cause a scene.
In the end, it was revealed that Jordan was Lucrezia's killer. Jordan denied involvement but soon admitted to the crime. He and Lucrezia were having a romantic relationship. When she first contacted him, she sent him a picture of her sister, Giulietta, to hide her scars and attract him. When they got to know each other atop the lighthouse, Jordan was disgusted with Lucrezia's real appearance and wanted to leave, but Lucrezia grabbed him. Trying to free himself, he accidentally pushed Lucrezia out the window. Judge Takakura sentenced him to 20 years in jail.
- Jordan's name is derived from the names of Jordan Baker and George Wilson, characters from F. Scott Fitzgerald's novel The Great Gatsby.
- Jordan lacks his gloves in his mugshot.