May 24, 2018

Accused Arizona Stalker Talks About Sending 65000 Texts

15 May 2018, 03:24 | Erma Lawrence

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

"Defendant stated that she sent the threatening text messages to victim because she was scared that he called the police on her".

Some of the texts read: "U do whatever u have to do to get here. but don't ever try to leave me".

Jacqueline Claire Ades, 31, met the man through a dating app in and went out with him once previous year, according to police.

In a separate incident Paradise Valley police revealed the victim called authorities when he learned Ades parked outside of his home.

Police say that after her arrest, a search of her vehicle 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. "During this time, officers located a large butcher knife on the passenger seat" of Ades' vehicle, the report alleges.

Now she is locked up without bond on charges of stalking, threatening and intimidating, and harassment by communication. I don't think I've even sent that many messages in my life, let alone to one person. She went on to say that she met the victim online last summer, on a site called "Luxy". According to Paradise Valley police, Ades has harassed the victim several times.

Speaking from jail, Ades told reporters: 'I felt like I met my soulmate and everything was just the way it was. 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. That's it. And if he doesn't like it, I'll go home and I'll love my ex-boyfriend. "Id wanna bathe in it", was one example, according to The Arizona Republic.

After failing to appear in court multiple times to address the trespassing charges, Ades turned up at the man's Scottsdale office, where she was escorted off the premises, protesting to the officers that she was his wife.

A woman accused of sending 65,000 texts to a man and breaking into his Phoenix-area home spoke out in a jailhouse interview on Thursday, chalking her actions up to "love". Ades is pictured in court during her initial appearance.

USA Today reports that Jacqueline met a dude on a blind date and he wasn't into it, but she believed she was in love with him.

In spite of her texts, some of which threatened to hurt the man, she denied wanting to cause him injury.

Ades, who sent racist, threatening messages to the vicitm, including one in which she referred to herself as the "new Hitler", insists she wasn't stalking the victim but was simply in love with him.

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