Jacqueline Claire Ades, 31, of Phoenix met the victim online and went on one date with him, authorities say.
An Arizona woman accused of sending a man she met on a dating app some 65,000 texts that included threats on his life says in a jailhouse interview that she has some regrets.
Jacqueline Claire Ades, of Phoenix, told KPHO that she believed she'd found her ideal match before allegedly threatening to kill him and wear his body parts and bathe in his blood.
Ades, 31, is also accused of breaking into the man's home and showing up at his workplace, claiming to be his wife.
"I felt like I met my soul mate and everything was just the way it was and I thought we would just do what everybody else did and we’d just like get married and everything would be fine," she said.
Ades was arrested Tuesday and charged with threatening, stalking, harassment and failure to appear.
She has not gone into detail about the content of the text messages, but says she regrets the volume of them.
"When you’re finding love, not everything is perfect," she said. "This was a journey and I want to apologize because nobody could never be more sorry."
Now that she's in jail, however, Ades said she will leave the man alone "if he wants me to."
She is set to appear in court May 15 and is currently being held without bond.