Arizona woman accused of stalking, sending man 65000 texts after 1 date

  • Arizona woman accused of stalking, sending man 65000 texts after 1 date

Arizona woman accused of stalking, sending man 65000 texts after 1 date

Police say a woman from Florida accused of stalking an Arizona man sent him 65,000 text messages.

When detectives asked her about the threatening text messages, she said that she loved the victim and threatened him because she did not want him to leave.

"Don't ever try to leave me", Ades allegedly pleaded in one message 3TV/CBS 5 reported.

ABC15 reports that 31-year-old Jacqueline Ades allegedly began stalking her unnamed victim in 2017 after the pair met on an online dating site.

When police arrived at the home they allegedly discovered Ades taking a bath. A local ABC-affiliate reported that a large butcher's knife was found in her auto.

Between July 2017 and now, the Paradise Valley Police Department received four calls about Ades popping up uninvited at either the man's home or his business.

She was arrested a few days later and remained jailed on charges of threatening, stalking, harassment and failure to appear in court.

Regarding the threats Ades said, "When you're finding love, not everything is ideal".

Based on the victim's statement, after severing ties with Ades, the woman called him incessantly each day and sent him more than 50,000 text messages. She texted, "I'd wear ur fascia n the top of ur skull n ur hands n feet", according to Arizona news station, Eyewitness News 3.

She was booked into jail without a bond.

"Oh what would I do w ur blood!". She also stated she had threatened the man because she thought he had reported her to police. According to Paradise Valley police, Ades has harassed the victim several times.

Speaking to media after her arrest, Ades confirmed that she had met the man online and that she felt he was the "healing angel" that a "psychic" told her to expect. "Id wanna bathe in it" and "I hope you die. you rotten filthy Jew". She is scheduled to appear in court next on May 15.

The police said that they were called to the man's business place on May 4.

Ades is now being held without bond.

In total she is accused of sending as many as 65,000 messages to the bloke.