Jacqueline Ades, 31
It was supposed to be a potential love affair, two lonely hearts linked together on an internet dating site. Instead, the matchup went into stalking, threats, and a bizarre obsession, according to Arizona officials.
"I felt as if I met my soul mate," said 31-year-old Jacqueline Claire Ades to reporters in a rambling prison interview Thursday in Phoenix. "I thought we were just going to do what everyone else did, and we would marry and everything would be fine, but that did not happen."
The police said it was a bizarre series of encounters and anti-Semitic messages go back to last summer. Ades allegedly stacked the inbox of her love scene with thousands of text messages, sometimes 500 a day and many with threats. "Oh, what would I do, blood?", She once wrote. "I want to bathe in it."
Overall, Ades is accused of having sent 65,000 texts.
"That's it?" Ades said Thursday when a reporter asked her about the number of messages. "For me it seemed to be more."
"Is not that over the top?" She was asked.
"Love is an exaggerated thing," Ades replied.
In her interview with reporters this week, Ades said that she was originally from Miami.
"I landed here on a road trip from Florida looking for love," she said. The man, who is not known in police records and local media reports – reportedly dating Ades online and going to an appointment, reported CBS 5.
In her interview, Ades told reporters that they were linked to Luxy, a verified millionaire dating site
"The flattest of all time," she said. "Where the rich meet the pretty girls."
After the first encounter, Ades allegedly harassed the man with news in the summer of last year, the police said.
On April 8, the person contacted the police while he was in front of the police country. Security shots of his house in Paradise Valley, just outside Phoenix, showed Ades bathing in his house. When the police called the house, they found her at the residence. According to an arrest report, a big butcher's knife was in the passenger seat of her car.
"I never had a butcher knife," Ades countered on Thursday. "I had small, funky knives on my road trip, people are trying to hurt me, I'm a single girl, I've been traveling around America, I'm not wearing a butcher's knife."
However, after the break-in, she became first due to a crime Grades charged and released.
On April 30, the man again contacted the police, this time with investigators threatening text messages that Ades had sent him between April 16 and April 28.
"Never try to leave me … I will kill you … I do not want to be a murderer!" is supposed to have written an SMS police report.
"I hope you die … lazy, dirty Jew … lololol I am like the new Hitler … man was a genius," she allegedly wrote to another occasion.
"I would wear your fascia on your skull on my hands and feet," she added in another message.
All this unnerved the man enough to report to the police. He said that he is currently out of the country, but that he is legitimately worried about his safety on his return, the police report said.
The situation allegedly escalated on May 4, when Ades appeared in the individual's office Scottsdale. She claimed to be his wife. Four days later, according to the police report, police arrested Ades at his home. She is currently being charged with threats, stalking, harassment and failure.
In her comments to reporters, Ades raged from topic to topic this week, jumping from Einstein to astrology, Atlantis to the Illuminati. As she pressed for her actions, she repeatedly refused to discuss the charges against her.
"I do not want to talk about it," she said when faced with her behavior. "I do not want to talk about these things, they have negative energy."
Ades claimed that she was not a threat to her alleged victim.
"No, oh my god, I love him so much," she said. "I just want to love him so much, that's it. And if he does not like it, I'll go home and I'll love my ex-boyfriend."
"Do you think you're a danger? "Ades was asked.
"No!" She said. "I think he wanted to make sure I was not or something."
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