An Arizona woman was arrested after being charged for alleged stalking and sending tens of thousands of inappropriate text messages to a man she went out with on one date.
Jacqueline Ades sent 650,000 text messages to a man, whose name has not been publicly released, over the past few months. According to ABC 15, the pair met through an online dating website in July 2017 and the stalking started after that encounter.
Reports stated that the repeated texting started when the man told Ades he didn’t want to talk to her anymore. He started receiving threatening text messages, which only got worse after he made a phone call to report that he had spotted the suspect lurking around his premises.
Reportedly, between July 2017 and April 2018, there were a total of 4 phone calls made about Ades either being parked outside the man’s house or near his place of business.
On April 8, the victim called the police saying he was out of the country but saw Ades entering his home on a surveillance video. According to the Paradise Valley Police department, when the officers reached the residence, they found the 31-year-old taking a bath.
A butcher knife was also found in the front seat of her car, reports claimed.
Ades was charged with trespassing but was shortly released. According to reports, she then sent more threatening messages to the man, where one of the texts stated she wanted ‘to wear [his] body parts and bathe in [his] blood’.
One of her text messages read, “U do whatever u have to do to get here… but don’t ever try to leave me… I’ll kill you.”
Another stated, “Oh what would I do w ur blood! I’d wanna bathe in it.”
On May 4, the police received another call from a local business and were informed that Ades was behaving ‘irrationally and claiming to be the wife of the owner’. The local business was owned by the same victim whom she had been stalking. After being taken into custody on May 8, Ades told the police she was married to the man.
Ades has been charged with ‘stalking, threatening and intimidating, as well as a misdemeanor count of harassment’. Allegedly, she has admitted that her statements were ‘crazy’ and that she only threatened the victim because she loved him and didn’t want him to leave.
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