BEACON TRANSCRIPT – On Tuesday, Arizona law enforcement officials arrested a 31-year-old woman who allegedly harassed a Scottsdale businessman whom she met online. According to the arrest warrant, the cyberstalker sent her victim 65,000 text messages and even moved from to California to be closer to him.
Cyberstalker Said To Be on a Journey to Find Her Healing Angel
Jacqueline Ades of Arizona was recently taken into custody and charged with making threats, harassment, and cyberstalking.
The woman, described by authorities as mentally unstable, declared that she holds no grudge against her ‘lover’ for contacting the authorities.
According to the authorities, Ades met the man over an online dating application. They’ve dated for a while until the man came to realize that Ades had one too many issues.
Based on the victim’s statement, after severing ties with Ades, the woman called him incessantly each day and sent him more than 50,000 text messages.
When Ades realized that the man didn’t share her feelings, she resorted to verbal violence.
The man showed the authorities a text message from Ades who threatened to end his life if he thought about leaving her. She also mentioned something about bathing in his blood.
More than that, the cyberstalker even left her Arizona home and moved to California, just to be near her beloved.
Before being taken into custody, Ades showed up at the man’s Scottsdale business while pretending to be his spouse.
When the man failed to react, the woman made a scene, prompting security guards to escort her off the premises.
Ades’ obsession with the man escalated. On the 8th of April, the individual having to cancel a trip after he spotted Ades entering his home.
The woman, who claims to be on a journey to find her healing angel, was taken into custody and booked into county prison.
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