Police arrested an American for being too persistent flirt

Police arrested an American for being too persistent flirt

Obsessed girl a few months chasing the man, who did not want to go with her on a second date.

A real Thriller ended one of the dates for the Arizona resident. The man, whose name was not disclosed, met on the Dating site with 31-year-old Jacqueline Ades. After the first meeting he decided not to continue the relationship, but the girl had other ideas. She just became obsessed. Every day she sent him five hundred messages, and if at first they were playful nature, soon turned into terrifying threats.

Jacqueline Ades pictures,charged with stalking a man, sending him a total of 65,000 text messages https://t.co/RJsSzbzMZQ pic.twitter.com/77Xafm99XI

— infowe (@infowe) May 11, 2018

From the words of a foolish woman went to work one day and snuck into the house to a frustrated boyfriend, and even took a bath there.

Eventually the American called the police. Jacqueline was arrested in the moment when she came to work for him and introduced myself at the reception his wife.

In the case file contains more than 65 thousand messages in a couple of months. Among them are direct threats: “I will do anything to get what I want. Don’t even try and then leave me. I’ll kill you for it, and to become a murderer I don’t want to.”

Phoenix woman, Jacqueline Ades, sent 65,000 text messages, including death threats, to a man after just one date, police say: https://t.co/7H55ebO00d pic.twitter.com/w4WR3Ldedw

— Tom Cleary (@tomwcleary) May 10, 2018

During the interrogation, Ades said nothing of the sort had in mind, and expressed metaphorically, trying to hint on their passionate feelings for him. The police aren’t convinced: the girl-Stalker is in custody and cannot make bail until the investigation is completed. She is accused of persecution of a person and the invasion of privacy.