Woman arrested for stalking sent man 65k text messages

Erika Holt
May 12, 2018

Police arrested 31-year old Jacqueline Ades after finding her in the Paradise Valley man's bathtub.

Police arrested Ades and charged her with trespassing but upon her release from jail, court documents indicate she started sending freaky text messages to the victim, caliming that if he ever left, she would kill him and that she wanted to bathe in his blood wear his body parts.

During questioning, Ades stated that she sent the threatening text messages to the victim because she was scared that he called the police on her, she loved him and she threatened him because she didn't want him to leave.

According to the police report, she broke into his home and took a bath.

Officers found a butcher knife in her vehicle when she was most recently arrested.

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 faces charges of threatening, stalking and harassment.

"You don't stop giving even if you don't receive", Ades said in the jailhouse interview. The victim told police sometimes she would send up to 500 texts a day. She was sent to jail with no bond.

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"Oh, what I would do w/your blood".

"Loving him selflessly brought me his information", she said. "I'll kill you.I don't wanna be a murderer".

Then, according to authorities, on April 8, the man contacted police, telling them he was out of the country but saw Ades at his home on his security cameras. "I'd want to bathe in it" and "I'm like Hitler. man was a genius".

Ades said the man is the "meanest person" she had ever met, but that "he's my soulmate". They started messaging and, according to Ades, the victim asked if she had ever been to Arizona.

The victim reported her twice a year ago when she was parked outside his home and repeatedly texting him.

In a scenario straight out of a psychological thriller, a Florida woman is facing stalking charges in Arizona after sending 65,000 texts to a man and breaking into his residence.

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