Jacqueline Ades is accused of stalking a Paradise Valley, Arizona man by allegedly sending him about 65,000 texts and saying she wanted to bathe in his blood. The police report alleges that a single date turned into a fatal attraction nightmare for the unidentified man, which culminated in Ades allegedly showing up at his home with a butcher knife in her car, praising Adolf Hitler, and claiming she was his wife.
It all allegedly started on a dating site, according to WTSB-TV. The accused also goes by the name of Jacqueline Claire Ades and Jackie Ades. Ades is 31-years-old. On Instagram, she uses the name “magicaldelight” and wrote about everything from the Illuminati to Atlantis. Online records say she has lived in Florida and is from Westport, Connecticut.
Here’s what you need to know:
1. The Man Told Police He Went on One Date With Ades But She Described Him as Her ‘Soulmate’
According to the alleged victim, he had “originally met defendant through an online dating website and went on one date with her. Victim stated that after that date defendant began stalking and harassing him,” a police report in the case states. It was posted online by KTVK-TV.
The man stated that after the first date, he received about 65,000 messages from Ades, and “she will send 500 a day.” The man said that many of the messages were threatening, including multiple death threats, and he wanted to press charges. He sent the detective screenshots of text messages he received between April 16 and April 28, 2018.
The name of the dating site was not revealed.
In a jailhouse interview with AZFamily, Ades described the man as her soulmate, saying, “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.” Asked why she allegedly sent so many texts, she told the news site, “Because it made me find out all my information. Loving him selflessly brought this information. Because everybody just wants to take. But if you just give and you don’t stop giving you will all of a sudden receive a lot.”
She denied being crazy in the jailhouse interview, telling AZFamily, “I am the person that discovered love.”
2. Ades Is Accused of Showing up at the Man’s House With a Butcher Knife & Wrote About Love & the Illuminati on Instagram
The criminal issues started on April 8, 2018. According to the police probable cause statement, the defendant was arrested for criminal trespass in the first degree after she was accused of entering the man’s home when he was not there. “During this time, officers located a large butcher knife on the passenger seat” of Ades’ car, the report alleges.
She’s also accused of bathing in the man’s bathtub.
However, that didn’t stop the alleged behavior. Ades was on felony release in that case and failed to appear for subsequent court dates, the police report says. On April 24, 2018, a bench warrant was issued in that case. On April 30, 2018, the victim contacted a detective and stated that he had been “receiving numerous threatening messages from her via text messages.”
On Instagram, Ades wrote comments that are bizarre, referencing Hitler and the Illuminati. “Instead of fighting for survival, we should all give each other survival. Selflessness is the key to eternal life. Separate the soul from the meatsack,” said one post.
She wrote about love, saying, “If you don’t love unconditionally, you’re selfish. Selfish is evil. We were taught to believe evil is unthinkable… Evil is actually right inside you. It’s your selfish ego.” Another post said simply, “Sharing is caring.” Another post read, “If noone had an Ego, we wouldn’t feel the need to have money. We could live off of love and sharing. Don’t we have enough for everyone already!? Love one another.”
Other posts were more bizarre. One read, “The only people who don’t use money, are the very few in the Illuminati. They invented money to enslave the entire population of human. They have global domination. IT ALREADY HAPPENED.” Another post said, “There’s a crack in the earth that leads to Atlantis.”
Another post said, “For we are all God’s. There is no separate entity, as ‘God.'” She wrote on Facebook that she studied fashion and design in Miami.
3. The Text Messages Allegedly Made Anti-Semitic Remarks & Praised Hitler
According to the police report, the text messages were vile and disturbing.
“U do whatever u have to do to get here…but don’t ever try to leave me…I’ll kill you… I don’t wanna be a murderer!!!” read one message the man received, according to the report.
Other messages allegedly said, “I hope you die,” and “Rotten filthy Jew…. Lololol I’m like the new Hitler… man was a genius.”
“I’d wear ur fascia n the top of ur skull n ur hands n feet” and “oh what would I do w ur blood…Id wanna bathe in it,” police claim other texts stated.
The Instagram page also contained a mention to Hitler in a rambling post that read, “The importance of the number 33: 100-a complete whole number, minus 66 EVIL is 34 1% of this dimension is actuality, so what’s left? 33! The number of all purity. Jesus Christ was 33 when he came to be. The Percentage of salt water in the dead sea is 33 (sea of life) Walt Disney has a club, called club 33 The location of Atlantis is 33,33 SOMETHING strange … Hitler came to power in 1933 but that’s a story for another day. Everything is always perfect, otherwise it wouldn’t be. Surprises are coming!!! Believe in Magic! Money was created to stifle the Imagination. Let’s share! If everyone in the whole world shared EVERYTHING they had, we would be at a 1:7.5 billion ratio! Let’s learn to SHARE!!!!”
4. Ade Is Accused of Claiming She Was the Man’s Wife
On May 7, 2018, the man contacted the detective and stated that the defendant had shown up at his work on May 4, 2018 looking for him and stating she was his wife. Scottsdale police responded.
The man said he is out of the country but legitimately concerned for his safety when he returns.
The detectives arrested Ades at her residence.
5. Police Accuse Ades of Admitting Her Messages Were ‘Crazy’
At the Paradise Valley police station, Ades was questioned about the text messages. She said she “sends victim text messages all day but he never responds. Defendant stated that she sent the threatening text messages to victim because she was scared that he called the police on her,” the police report states.
“Defendant stated that she did not want to hurt victim because she loved him and that she threatened him because she did not want him to leave,” added the report. She said that she “knew her statements were crazy and that she would return to Florida when released,” the report alleges.
According to AZFamily, in the jailhouse interview, Ades “veered from topic to topic, rambling about Einstein, the Dead Sea, the birth chart of Jesus, and the symbolism of the markings on a dollar bill.”