A Phoenix woman was arrested for allegedly sending about 159,000 text messages to a man she met on an online dating website.
Jacqueline Ades allegedly sent the man messages over the span of about 10 months, reported the Arizona Republic newspaper.
She was initially accused of sending of sending more than 65,000 texts to the man, but officials, according to the Republic’s report, said the number was far more than that.
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Aldes is also accused of threatening the man, who was not identified in the report, via text messages.
The man called police in July 2017 when he saw Ades parked outside his home. He called the police after she allegedly texted him: “I’d wear ur fascia n the top of ur skull n ur hands n feet.”
“I’d make sushi outta ur kidneys n chopsticks outta ur hand bones,” one text read, according to the Republic.
Fox10, citing court documents, reported that she sent the man a text message about his blood.
Ades reportedly met the victim, from Paradise Valley, via Luxy, a dating website for millionaires. They went on a date, but she apparently became obsessed and continued to message him, reports said.
The man, who is the CEO of skincare products firm, said he wasn’t interested in her, the report said.
In April 2018, the victim called the police after surveillance footage showed Ades taking a bath in his tub while he was out of town.
Ades was later arrested by police over the incident, and they discovered a large knife in her vehicle, Fox10 reported.
She was charged with first-degree criminal trespassing of a residential structure.
An arrest record for Ades said she was “showing signs of mental illness,” the newspaper reported.
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After she was released from custody, Ades was ordered to appear in court, but she failed to do so. Later, she showed up at the man’s business in Scottsdale in May 2018, saying she was his wife. However, she was escorted from the premises. She was later arrested after failing to appear at several of her court hearings.
Ades also claimed she wouldn’t hurt the man, but said “something came over me” when she sent the threatening messages to him, Fox10 reported.
Investigators asked her if she believed the texts were normal, she said they were not.
“No, I don’t think anything I say is normal. I understand now,” Ades told police, the Republic said.
Ades also said she understood the man does not want to be in a relationship with her.
“It’s OK if that’s how (he) feels,” she allegedly said. “Somebody else should love him. He has so much to love. He’s so cute. I can’t believe I scared him.”