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A Twisted Tale 

A well-known erotic performer is now an international fugitive. A look into who’s getting caught up in the identity theft crackdown.

Wednesday, Jan 24 2007
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"My life, it seems sad," she said. "But in the end I get to do these crazy, amazing things."

Sometime around Christmas Day, after visiting her boyfriend's family, Jade somehow slipped across the border. It's unclear how she got across, or how she made it to South America. But the ever-resourceful woman seems thrilled with her new surroundings. Still, she's already talking about visiting Asia. "I'm the type of person who'd rather die trying something. Live, you know, live something," she said. "You gotta say, 'I lived.' I did some things, even though it was so dumb and lame and ridiculous. It was worth it. It was delicious, 'cause I actually tasted it. And it was decadent. And it was all that."

As for special agent Dubsick, he predicted an SF Weekly follow-up story in Jade's future. When they catch her.

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