PARADISE VALLEY, AZ — An Arizona woman who has referred to herself as “the new Hitler” is accused of sending more than 65,000 unwanted text messages to a man she went on one date with last summer, and then breaking into his home and taking a bath.
After being arrested for trespassing, the woman allegedly sent still more threatening texts and she now faces charges of felony stalking.
Police say Jacqueline Ades, 31, met the unidentified man through a dating website in 2017 and, together, they went out on a single date. The alleged victim began reporting Ades’ “stalking and harassing” behavior shortly after that lone encounter.
Between July 2017 and April 2018, then, police were called four times to deal with Andes showing up at the man’s home or place of business. The most dramatic instance occurred last month, when the victim told authorities he was out of the country, but he was able to see that Ades had broken into his home by way of surveillance video.
When responders showed up, Ades was naked in the bathtub. Her car was parked out front with a butcher knife on the passenger’s seat. Officers arrested Andes and charged her with felony trespass.
After getting freed on bond, Andes reportedly upped both the amount and the intensity of her texts, sending as many as 500 messages a day.
In some texts, Ades directly threatened the man, declaring that she’d like to bathe in his blood and wear his skull and other body parts over her own skin. One message proclaimed:
“Don’t ever try to leave me … I’ll kill you … I don’t wanna be a murderer.”
In another message, Ades reportedly wrote: “I hope you die… Rotten filthy Jew…. Lololol I’m like the new Hitler… man was a genius.”
Most recently, the man summoned police to the business he owns on May 4. Officers found Andes at the man’s workplace where they reported her “acting irrationally and claiming to be the wife of the owner.”
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) May 10, 2018
Ades has now been charged with felony stalking and threatening and intimidating, as well as misdemeanor harassment. From jail, she told reporters, “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.” Watch the full, unedited interview from jail below!
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Main photo: Jacqueline Ades [Paradise Valley Police Dept]