After going on a date with a man she met online, Ades sent him more than 65,000 text messages, some of which threatened violence, AZFamily.com reports. Shortly after, the man started to receive threatening text messages from the suspect.
Ades was charged with threatening, stalking and harassment. According to Paradise Valley police, Ades has harassed the victim several times. She said she "sends victim text messages all day but he never responds".
According to the alleged victim, he had "originally met defendant through an online dating website and went on one date with her. Victim stated that after that date defendant began stalking and harassing him", a police report in the case states.
Others included "Don't ever try to leave me..." I'll kill you. I don't wanna be a murderer!" and "Oh, what I would do w/your blood.
A month ago, the unidentified man called Paradise Valley cops when surveillance footage showed her taking a bath in his tub when he was away on a trip. She is scheduled to appear in court May 15.
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.
When officers arrived at the home, the woman was taking a bath, police said.
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Officers found Ades still outside the victim's home when they arrived and told her to leave, officials said. Paradise Valley cops got wind of the incident, and busted her in Phoenix.
She was booked into jail without a bond.
Numerous messages were aggressive and threatening, including "Don't ever try to leave me".
At one point, court documents said 31-year-old Jacqueline Ades was sending the man 500 text messages per day - more than 65,000 texts overall.
While being questioned by police, Ades reportedly admitted that her actions were "crazy".
It was not known if Ades had an attorney who could speak on her behalf.