You might want to hold back before swiping right on Jacqueline Ades, 31, of Phoenix. The Arizona woman is accused of not just stalking a man who she met through a dating site but proceeded to tell him that she longed to bathe in his blood. That tends to be a turnoff for most available men.
Police say that Ades sent 65,000 texts — often hundreds each day to the man after they went on a single date together. She clearly liked him. It was not mutual.
FOX10 Phoenix reported that the man reported Ames to the police repeatedly after he allegedly spotted her outside his residence. When police escorted her off his property, she allegedly became even more unhinged. One text read “Oh what would I do with your blood! I’d wanna bathe in it.” Another stated ominously “You do whatever you have to do to get her . . . but don’t ever try to leave me . . . I’ll kill you . . . I don’t want to be a murderer.”
She also compared herself to Adolph Hitler, who she reportedly views as “a genius.”