I cannot find any trace of this girl online, other than the dating site where we met (which she disabled). I exhausted all avenues of trying to find this girl online after she disabled her account.
However, she did disclose a few pieces of information to me where I can possibly find her in person.
Should I do it? And are there any legal ramifications that can occur as a result?
Thing is, I was once arrested for stalking so I don't want to take the risk of getting arrested again. But I also want to see if she is a real person and not a catfish.
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"Thing is, I was once arrested for stalking so I don't want to take the risk of getting arrested again."
Yeah... I was going to say even before getting to that line that this is stalker-ish, or at least that's how the average chick would take it. Plus, I've seen this question here before in the last couple of days and went to your history to verify. So, yeah, you have some stalker-ish characteristics.
If she wanted to talk to you, she either wouldn't have disabled her account or she would have given you her contact info before doing so. I know when I have been on sites and didn't have much intention of continuing, if I was chatting with someone I like on them I'd send them a message letting them know I wasn't going to be on the site and gave them my info.
I can't see you wanting to see if she's a real person bad enough to risk her freaking out and calling the police, and with girls you just never know. But there's a pretty good chance that she will be freaked out, at the least.1