Woman accused of stalking man, sending 65000 threatening text messages

Posted May 15, 2018

A Phoenix woman is facing numerous charges after she allegedly sent more than 65,000 text messages to a man after a first date last summer, many of them containing freaky threats.

The most baffling thing here is that she seems to think this is all normal behavior, that she and the dude she's stalking will just laugh about it with their kids some day.

Still, that didn't stop Ades from sending him some 65,000 texts - including 500 in one day - over the next 17 months, breaking into his home and even showing up to his business, where she claimed to be the man's wife, authorities said. The victim reported that Ades continually texted him after he told her he wanted nothing to do with her anymore.

"I'd wear ur fascia n the top of ur skull n ur hands n feet" and "oh what would I do w ur blood... I don't wanna be a murderer", said one text.

"Don't ever try to leave me ... I'll kill you", she wrote, according to WFLA. Or she'd used an anti-Semitic slur against him, and call herself the "new Hitler".

"I felt like I met my soulmate and everything was just the way it was", said Ades.

Jacqueline Ades, 31, of Paradise Valley, was arrested Tuesday on charges of threatening, stalking and harassment.

Police arrived at the home and found Ades taking a bath. Authorities claim she no-showed several court dates. They started messaging and, according to Ades, the victim asked if she had ever been to Arizona.

On May 4, police found Ades acting irrationally outside a Scottsdale business owned by the victim.

After being taken into custody, Ades insisted she had no intention of hurting her love desire, saying that she only sent the threatening texts to him because she loved him and feared that he would leave her.

One date quickly degenerated into an obsession, and Ades is accused of sending mountains of freaky and harassing texts to the man. "Oh, what I would do w/your blood".

Ades was finally arrested a second time, but was charged with the more serious crimes of threatening, stalking, and harassment. When police confronted her, she continued to assert that "she was married to the owner". Ades is pictured in court during her initial appearance. "When you find love, everything is not ideal". "Loving him selflessly brought this information because everyone just wants to take", Ades said.

She's now in jail with no bond. "He's the light, I'm the love".