Avoiding A Fatal Attraction: Jamie Noel's Story Unfolded
LOS ANGELES, Sept. 13, 2018
LOS ANGELES, Sept. 13, 2018 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ -- Attention all women.
You have recently met someone you consider interesting. Now what?
Be aware, Jamie Noel warns women. She's been a victim of months of stalking and harassment since she ended a 16-month relationship from January 2018. She says the threats began in March 2018 after he told her he was a former cryptocurrency billionaire working as a federal informant and threatened to have her killed or arrested if she did not continue to date him.
Now, in hindsight, she says she should have paid more attention to things she dismissed early on, such as:
- The attempts to control what she did, who she was friends with, how and when she worked, what she thought, how she spent her time.
- Stories about other women in his life.
- How his mother was treated by him and the other men in his family.
- References to her being his property, to owning her.
- Generally observing how he interacted with the world, treated people, his employees, and others.
Jamie Noel wants to warn women: Get to know who you are dating prior to getting involved.
Be aware of all the subtle signs. Do not overlook or dismiss them during the initial period of infatuation.
Jamie wishes she had done this when she first started seeing him in September 2016.
To recap: they broke up in January 2018.
On March 2018, ongoing harassment that she attributes to him began. Constant text messages. Her phone was hacked. Strange people contacted her.
It has not stopped, even though he agreed to do so when she went to see him at his home on April 24, 2018, she reports.
Her Apple ID was used in Westville, Ohio on April 25, 2018 when she was in Los Angeles, California.
In the recording Jamie made on May 15, he denies hacking her phone, says, "I just want to drive you insane." He concludes by adding, "I'm still going to marry you."
As strange as this scenario may be, Jamie Noel's warning will serve many women well.
SOURCE Bryce Group