Instead, the matchup devolved into stalking, threats and a freakish obsession, according to authorities in Arizona.
It all happened after Ades and the Paradise Valley man met on a dating app and went on one date.
What did happen, according to police, was a weird series of encounters and anti-Semitic messages stretching back to last summer.
She insisted she is not insane - just the "the person that discovered love", according to KTVK.
It's safe to assume Jacqueline Ades is smitten.
While Ades is being held without bond, she held a press conference, telling the assembled reporters, "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".
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Wall told The News & Observer in an interview on May 9 that his back was injured in the altercation and he had a cut on his arm. That's where the video begins, when an officer can be seen putting a hand around Wall's throat and putting him on the ground.
"Isn't that kind of excessive?" she was asked.
When asked why she chose to speak to reporters, Ades said, "I have to share the message of love". Authorities arrived to the scene and escorted her off the property which, according to police, did nothing to stop her unwarranted behavior.
ABC15 reports that 31-year-old Jacqueline Ades allegedly began stalking her unnamed victim in 2017 after the pair met on an online dating site.
Ades spoke to media in a jailhouse interview with media on Thursday. On April 30, 2018, the victim contacted a detective and stated that he had been "receiving numerous threatening messages from her via text messages". "Where the rich men meet the pretty girls". They've dated for a while until the man came to realize that Ades had one too many issues.
The Paradise Valley Police Department reported that they had received four calls about Ades either going to the man's house or his place of business between July 2017 and this month. This April, the man even called the police to tell them that she had broken into his home when he was out of the country, and he had caught it on surveillance video.
On that occasion, a butcher knife was found in the front seat of her vehicle, ABC 15 reported. "I don't carry a butcher knife". Officers arrived when she was still outside of the residence. She also said that she wanted to wear his body parts and bathe in his blood, court paperwork said.