I met a woman in December 2011. She lived in Hawaii/Kauai. She said was visiting in Washington State with a friend for a few weeks. Only, she was in Utah at the time I met her. She was actually living in a friend of her's home in the Salt Lake City area. I later found out she had been on the mainland for almost 4 months.
Her name she told me was Jacqueline Anton. I saw on a credit card of hers, the name Jeanette Leavitt. She said she had to change her name because the "Jewish Mafia" was after her a few years ago. Her late husband, a multimillionaire attorney in California "had ties." She had a stack of credit cards in her purse. She also carried her passport in her purse. The name on it was Jeanette Leavitt, not her current name. Her address in Kauai was a P.O. Box. She eventually moved to Utah wanting to pursue a relationship with me. She listed her new address as a P.O. Box here in Utah as well. She has no listings of any current address over a 3 year period of anything other than a P.O.Box.
She is the President of her self-started company. It is called Clean Health! Used to be called Health Key, she changed the name within the last 4 months. She does some kind of Neuro-Modulation Technique sessions on the phone with people, charging them $125/hr. She claims she can feel them from her phone and heal certain conditions over the phone. She also is a private distributer of naturopathic supplements. She apparently has customers all over the world. I don't recall the name of the supplements. I ran a background check on her and nothing comes up but her name and P.O. Box and the name of her company, listing her as President, but no contact info whatsoever. When Googling her name, nothing comes up, she is very secretive and stated to me that she "had to drop off the face of the earth so her family could not find her or they would have her committed to a mental health institution."
She left her place here in Utah very suddenly, without any prior warning or reasoning other than to say she was going to her daughter's in Bozeman, Montana and will no longer stick around here. She left her p/u truck 2004 Toyota, immaculate condition, all of her belongings, clothing, a closet full of supplements, at least a couple of grand worth, and several bins of personal belongings. It was all there for over 2 months. I knew the landlady, i helped her find this place to live. I have never heard from her since.
She has over 797 contacts in her phone (I helped set up her new iPhone), but only 25 friends on Facebook. None of the friends are any that she spoke of or lived with here on the mainland. She stated to me that part of the reason she moved here was convenient to get to know me, but also to apply at University of Utah and Brigham Young University for their Nurse Practitioner Programs. Her RN license expired in May of 2011. She was in Utah in December of 2011, an RN license is required to apply to such programs. She told me to keep that quiet so she would not ever get in trouble in her practice with her clients.
Everything to me sounded suspicious. I have been searching for some info on her or her company, but very little turns up. It may be all nothing, or it might be something worth checking out. She does bank at Chase. I once saw a personal note to herself, on it was written, "Goals for 2013: 1.2 million dollars. Goals for 2016: 12.6 million dollars." She doesn't own a home, she rents and travels all over living out of two suitcases and a backpack.
She left her friend's place in Salt Lake City one night undercover without even telling her or leaving a note. I was there. I told her she should at least leave a note. She apparently has done this a lot with many of her "friends" who are not on her Facebook page. Her "daughter (married to a man 30 years her senior)" or any other of her 11 siblings or parent are also not listed on her Facebook page. Her relatives/siblings do not list her on their Facebook pages either.
She once told me that "they all think she's crazy and thought she should be institutionalized," so she never speaks to them any more. She had 3 marriages. Her 1st filed divorce against her. She told me he was gay so she let him file for divorce. Turns out he lives in Salt Lake City, married a woman just 8 months after the divorce and had 4 children. Gay? Hmm! Her 2nd husband died, but was in the process of a divorce. The 3rd husband filed for divorce against her. She claimed he was crazy. He died of a heart attack on an airplane in August of 2011. In March of this year, 2012, she filed legal paperwork against his estate for tens of thousands of dollars. I helped make copies of the papers and saw them firsthand. This was unsettling to put it all together. Might be nothing, but too many lies and incongruencies in her stories.
One of the supplements in her closet was some kind of liquid. The label stated that it was not for human consumption and was meant for turkeys and other poultry, right on the label. 3 marriages, 3 divorces, and 2 deaths. Sounds like a mystery movie. I can't think this stuff up.
I would like to see her stopped before she potentially harms any of her "clients" or anyone else, maybe even herself. She has had past relationships where she also left abruptly. She has a need for constant reassurance of herself and asks many times a day for such assurance. I caught her in several lies and she changes the subject or says that she never did or said any such thing. She copied me and my actions and quips and quotes/sayings. She had a story for everything. If you said you were a jeweler, she knew the best in the world and she does know jewelry. If you have an interest in marine biology she said she knew the 3rd best marine biologist in the world, the number one surfer, etc. She said she was a 3rd degree black belt in Jiu Jitzu, but she was so weak I literally carried her to the doctors several times and in and out of her apt. to get to the car. She was ill about 4 days a week, the other days were recovery days. I am not sure that this was all an act. She called me once and I went over because she was laying on the bathroom floor, pale white, her eyelids were literally purplish in color, the cuticles of each of her fingers were picked and bloody and she was nauseous and had tremors. I picked her up off the floor and set her in her room. It took her nearly 4 days to recover to the point of going outside andagin in I carried her out of her place and held onto her to walk. She said she had to move from Kauaii because the "Vog" and mold was so injurious to her health. After 5 months of no contact, I received a small packet containing a booklet I gave her as a gift. The return address was hers from Kauaii. She never did move from there. It was all a lie and a scam. She never did move to Utah. She never applied to any of the universities. Her nurse license expired over a year ago. She led me on to believe she was in love with me for several months, then she left as abruptly as she came, no rhyme or reason and without warning.
Maybe I'm just hyper because of recent news reports of a woman who put Visine in her boyfriends drinks so she could "get his attention" according to reports. "Jacqueline" sought out attention and reassurance of herself constantly. 3 marriages, never her fault, same with skipping out on her fiends who let her live in their places for months. 2 dead husbands and another who does not match her story, as well as many of her stories that did not match up with congruent timelines, dates and durations, and people that did not exist.
I would really like this person to be helped and if needed placed into custody or in an institution for all of these behaviors before someone gets hurt. There is a lot more I could share, but this is the gist of it. I really do believe there is something very wrong with her and her behaviors not matching things she says. Not good. She is dangerous, she is cunning, seductive, and extremely deceitful. She is a prolific liar. She intuits your needs and weaknesses very well. She is a superior actor and con artist.