Dating is tough already. Add these incidents and your nerves are frightened even more. Read on to know what exactly unfolded with the victim...
Everyone has bad dates. Come on now, don't be smug about it. I'm certain each one of us has had their share of average to below average to downright deplorable dates among the memorable, good ones.
But this report had me crawling in my skin and I am sure nobody has had a terrifying run with a date like this? Or...?
Believe it or not, it's exactly what you read. It all began when an unidentified man from Paradise Valley, Arizona came across Jacqueline Ades, 31, of Phoenix on a dating site.
The two went out on a date but Ades allegedly "was consumed" by the man and continued to pursue him further. According to FOX10 Phoenix, the man stated that Ades had sent him about 65,000 texts and there were days when he even received 500 messages a day from her.
It soon turned into an obsession as the victim had reported Ades to the authorities twice last year after he found out that she had parked outside his residence and kept sending him text messages. When the police escorted the woman off the victim’s property, little did he know that there were bone-chilling horrors waiting to unfold in the coming days—courtesy Ades.
Reportedly, she had even begun sending threatening messages to her one-time date, including one text in which she stated how she wanted to bathe in his blood.
“Oh, what would I do with your blood! I’d wanna bathe in it,” the text read, according to court documents.
"Oh what would I do w ur blood! ... Id wanna bathe in it,". Welp, there goes my belief in soulmates.— Clayt F. 😎 (@ClaytonBizMan) 12 May 2018
“You do whatever you have to do to get here…but don’t ever try to leave me .. I’ll kill you .. I don’t want to be a murderer,” another message stated.
Another one read: "I'd wear your fascia 'n the top of your skull 'n your hands 'n feet." And to top it all, this: "I hope you die... you rotten filthy Jew."
Things took a turn for the worse on April 8, when the man called the police again. This time, the victim had surveillance footage from his home that showed Ades bathing in his tub while he was away on a trip, leading to her arrest.
A large butcher knife was also discovered in the passenger seat of her vehicle, reports confirmed.
More money for mental health. Hell more money for any kind of health in this country is what is needed. Not military parades.— Waltdog (@waltdog4) 11 May 2018
Ades was arrested on charges of threatening, stalking and harassment but was allowed to leave on felony release. But she failed to appear for subsequent court dates, the police report stated. On April 24, 2018, a bench warrant was issued in that case but Ades hadn't made it to the courtrooms until she was spotted again a week later.
Ades was seen near the victim—this time on May 8, at the victim's place of employment in a Scottsdale office building, Paradise Valley police said.
Even creepier—Ades told the Scottsdale officers she was the man's wife after police escorted her out of the premises.
In a jailhouse interview on May 10, Ades told reporters that she did what she did because she had quickly fallen in love with the man, according to KPHO-TV.
Jacqueline Ades, 31, arrested for stalking and threatening a man she met online. Police say she broke into his home, took a bath, and had a knife in her car. Her story and more, tonight at 5. pic.twitter.com/xjEL0kmxvC— Courtney Griffin (@CourtneyGFox10) 10 May 2018
"I felt like I met my soulmate and I thought we would just do what everybody else did and we would get married and everything would be fine," Ades told reporters.
When one reporter quizzed Ades about how she did not realize that sending thousands of text messages looked threatening, Ades stated that their love wasn't "perfect. "
"I love him," she added, nonetheless.
Further on into the interview and Ades would answer a question or two, then deflect to the next one, rambling about unrelated topics.
At one point, she told a reporter, "I don't want to talk about that. You have negative energy."
When asked whether she considered herself crazy? Pat came the reply: "No. I am the person that discovered love."
Authorities further revealed that Ades denied the aforementioned allegations and stated that she had no intention of hurting the man. In fact, she had sent him the messages because she did not “want him to leave her” and she loved him.
To ALL news outlets reporting on Jacqueline Ades: Please stop showing her interview. It should not have happened in the first place. She needs psychiatric hospitalization, not exposure.— Jenn Francis (@menoseljenn) 12 May 2018
Alt. Story: May is Mental Health Awareness Month.
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