The Arizona woman accused of sending more than 65,000 texts to a man she met on a dating website and breaking into his home after a single date now believes the jury she's facing will not only find her not guilty but that they will order her and her alleged victim get hitched. Jacqueline Ades, 31, reportedly told police officers that she'll return to Florida once she gets out of jail and won't contact the man she allegedly stalked because she thinks he will reach out to her first.
Ades, who also goes by the name magicaldelight on Instagram, allegedly started stalking the man after meeting him on Luxy, a site that describes itself as a "luxury millionaire matchmaker dating app." According to police, she bombarded him with threatening texts including one that said she'd wear his flesh and devour his organs. She also allegedly broke into his home in July and April of last year. Cops arrested her on April 8 after he called police to say she was in his bathroom taking a bath with a butcher knife.
A judge delayed her trial for a month to allow her to undergo psychiatric treatment in an attempt to restore her competency to stand trial. Ades's lawyer says he will appeal the ruling. If she's unable to be restored to competency, the case will be dismissed and she will be committed to a mental institution.