PHOENIX — It turned out to be a date from hell.
An Arizona woman who went on one date with a man she met on an online dating site has landed behind bars after she bombarded him with 65,000 text messages professing her love while also threatening him with violence.
Jacqueline Ades, 31, is also charged with breaking into the man’s home and showing up at his office claiming to be his wife, police said.
“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 KTVK-TV in a jailhouse interview.
But among the texts she sent the man included menacing messages like: “Don’t ever try to leave me… I’ll kill you… I don’t wanna be a murderer!,” and “Oh, what I would do w/your blood… I’d wanna bathe in it.”
She also penned anti-Semitic messages like: “I hope you die… you rotten filthy Jew,” and “I’m like the new Hitler… man was a genius.”
Police say she also said that if the man ever left her, she would chop up his body and wear his body parts.
The victim said he received as many as 500 messages from Ades a day, but told cops that he never responded.
He called police after she broke into his house in April, but reached out for help again in May when she continued sending him threatening messages.
Ades told cops that she loved the man but threatened him because she didn’t want him to leave her. She said she realized her statements were crazy, and investigators noted in their report that Ades appeared to be “mentally disturbed.”