Woman accused of stalking, sending man 65000 texts after one date

Clay Curtis
May 11, 2018

Also, police say Ades entered the victim's residence when he wasn't at home.

Ades allegedly proceeded to send the man alarming texts following the incident.

The man reported Ades to police twice previous year after she parked outside his residence and kept texting him, FOX10 Phoenix reported.

The Paradise Valley Police Department said Wednesday that 31-year-old Jacqueline Ades of Phoenix texted the victim 65,000 times, oftentimes threatening him. "I'll kill you.I don't wanna be a murderer" and "I want to wear your body parts", according to ABC 15 and CNN.

Some of the texts read: "U do whatever u have to do to get here. but don't ever try to leave me". Then the man started to receive threatening messages from her, according to court transcripts.

"Oh what would I do w ur blood!".

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After that date, police say Ades began texting the man constantly, sending him more than 65,000 text messages.

Last month, the victim spotted her while remotely checking home surveillance video.

A large butcher knife was discovered on the passenger's seat of her auto, court paperwork said. In July 2017, she was reportedly found trespassing on his property after he stated he didn't want to speak with her. In early, May detectives received yet another call that Ades had a run-in with another police department for causing a scene in the man's business and claiming to be his wife. Officers went to the home and found her taking a bath.

She was arrested on allegations of stalking, a class five felony. She was booked into 4th Avenue Jail on threatening, stalking, harassment and failure to appear charges.

After her release, she sent more messages, including one that suggested "harm may come to him", authorities said.

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