Woman arrested for stalking sent man 65k text messages

Last month Jacqueline Ades was arrested after she was found bathing in the victim’s bathtub when he wasn’t home

Last month Jacqueline Ades was arrested after she was found bathing in the victim’s bathtub when he wasn’t home

Court documents say Ades sent numerous text messages to the man all day, and she threatened him after worrying he would call the cops due to her behaviour after he didn't respond to them.

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

According to investigators, she had met the man online about a year prior, but she wouldn't leave him alone.

When police arrived, they say they found Ades taking a bath in his house, and a butcher knife was discovered in her auto.

Police say that after her arrest, a search of her auto revealed on the front seat a large butcher knife found sitting on top of a sheaf of court orders warning her to stay away from the man and his home. Felony charges for stalking, threatening and intimidating followed.

Sure, you might think the story of a bloke breaking into Taylor Swift's home and having a nap was unusual, but Jacqueline Ades' case takes it up a notch. When she was moved on, she allegedly sent him threatening and abusive messages. "Lololol I'm like the new Hitler... man was a genius".

Ades also admitted to knowing her statements were "crazy" and planned to return to Florida when released from jail.

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"Oh what would I do w ur blood!"

Ades is set to appear in court May 15. "I'll kill you. I don't wanna be a murderer", she said in a separate text. After her release, she sent more messages, including one that suggested "harm may come to him", authorities said.

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.

Paradise Valley police arrested Ades Tuesday, May 8.

When the man failed to react, the woman made a scene, prompting security guards to escort her off the premises. The sheer volume of freakish behavior displayed by Ades is insane.

In addition, she claimed that she had never meant to hurt or scare the victim and she doesn't blame him for her incarceration.

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