Woman sends man 65, 000 text messages after just one date Updated for 2021


Updated: March 1, 2021

An Arizona woman has been arrested by the police and charged with stalking a man, sending him 65, 000 messages and breaking into his home to take a shower after just one date.

31-year old Jacqueline Ades was arrested in Phoenix on Tuesday, and charged with threatening, intimidating, stalking and harassing the man who went out with her just once.

‘He’s my soulmate,’ she told KTVK in an interview from jail, insisting that she was not harassing or stalking him, but was genuinely in love.

The victim had complained to the police several times until Ades was arrested last week after she turned up at his work, pretending to be his wife, with a knife in her car.

She was also accused of sending him increasingly threatening messages, including one she referred to herself as the “new Hitler”, and another text where she said she wanted to ‘bathe in his blood.’

But she insisted she wasn’t stalking, threatening or intimidating the victim but was simply in love with him.

“I felt like I met my soul mate and I thought we would just do what everybody else did and we would get married and everything would be fine,” she said.


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