Arizona woman accused of stalking man, sending over 65k text messages


On that occasion, a butcher knife was found in the front seat of her auto, ABC 15 reported.

The man said he went one date with her over a year ago, but she won't leave him alone. The man also explained that they met on a dating website, and after one date Ades began stalking and harassing him.

When confronted by police by the business, which is owned by the man she had been texting and whose home she trespassed, she told police that "she was married to the owner".

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It was not known if Ades had an attorney who could speak on her behalf.

Last month, the man called police after surveillance footage from his home showed Ades taking a bath in his tub while he was away on a trip. Others included "Don't ever try to leave me..." The man also accused her of repeatedly texting him, despite him saying he no longer wanted to talk to her. "I don't wanna be a murderer", said one text.

As recently as last week, Ades allegedly went to the victim's workplace and claimed to be his wife.

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Jacqueline Ades allegedly sent a man 65,000 texts over the course of several months, sometimes up to 500 texts per day, according to court documents obtained by local station ABC 15. She said that she threatened him because she was anxious he had called police to report her behavior.

While being questioned by police, the suspect explained that she sent the man text messages all day but he never responded, court documents said.

This woman did not just walk into a home that she wasn't invited to, but then she made herself right at home. She was arrested Tuesday and charged with threatening and intimidating, stalking and harassment, according to the news release from police. She allegedly admitted to knowing her statements were "crazy" and plans to return to Florida once she's released.

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