Thousands of unanswered texts, stalking charges and jail bars are apparently no match for love.
In a jailhouse interview, Jacqueline Ades said she still pined for a one-time date who accused her of stalking and sending him over 65,000 texts in less than a year, news station KTVK reported.
“He’s my soulmate,” Ades said from Fourth Avenue Jail in Paradise Valley, Arizona.
Ades, 31, met the man for one date but proceeded to relentlessly stalk him, even breaking into his home last month to take a bath, according to officials.
The Phoenix woman — who referred to herself as the “new Hitler” — dished out some relationship advice Thursday and defended the alleged harassment by claiming that she “loved him.”
“If you just give, and you don’t stop giving, even if you don’t receive, you all of a suddenly receive a lot,” Ades said.
Ades was arrested over an incident last week in which she allegedly showed up at the man’s workplace pretending to be his wife. She faces charges of threatening, stalking and harassment.
“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,” she said from jail.
Ades, however, was reluctant to discuss whether her feelings were reciprocated.
“I don’t want to talk about that,” Ades said when asked if she was told to stop contacting him.
She insisted she is not crazy — just the “the person that discovered love,” according to KTVK.
The alleged stalker is being held without bond. She is scheduled to appear in court next on May 15.
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