Woman accused of stalking man, sending 65000 threatening text messages

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When police arrived to the man's Paradise Valley home last month, officers say they found Jacqueline Ades, 31, in his bathtub.

A large butcher knife was discovered on the passenger's seat of her vehicle, court paperwork said.

Officers found Ades still outside the victim's home when they arrived and told her to leave, officials said.

The man said he went one date with her over a year ago, but she won't leave him alone.

Ades met the victim, a Paradise Valley man who was not identified, through a dating site, FOX10 Phoenix reported.

She's also accused of sending him more than 65,000 text messages, which averages to 500 a day!

But the truly odd part of the story came to light when authorities revealed what was in the more than 65,000 text messages she'd sent to the man in the past year.

She was escorted off of the property, but then her messages to the man became threatening, according to police.

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

Ades is set to appear in court May 15.

A woman accused of stalking apparently sent a man 65,000 text messages.

"In one of Ades' messages, she allegedly stated, "... I'll kill you. I don't wanna be a murderer!" and "Oh, what I would do w/your blood.

Numerous messages were aggressive and threatening, including "Don't ever try to leave me". According to court documents, Ades was arrested for allegations of stalking, a class five felony. In early, May detectives received yet another call that Ades had a run-in with another police department for causing a scene in the man's business and claiming to be his wife.

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