Woman arrested for stalking sent man 65k text messages

Woman arrested for stalking sent man 65k text messages

Woman arrested for stalking sent man 65k text messages

The victim said that she sent about 500 text messages to him a day, court documents said.

The most extreme instance came this past April when the man called police saying he was out of the country but could see that she had entered his home via surveillance video.

Ades allegedly started to send threatening messages to the man, including one when she said she wanted to bathe in his blood, according to the station.

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

When police arrived to the man's Paradise Valley home last month, officers say they found Jacqueline Ades, 31, in his bathtub. She also said she threatened him because she thought he reported her behavior to police. Police also found a large knife on the passenger seat of her vehicle during the arrest.

Ades was arrested on Tuesday on charges of threatening, stalking and harassment.

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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".

In another message, Ades alleged wrote: "Don't ever try to leave me..." They asked her to leave the premises and afterward, she began texting the man repeatedly.

During police questioning, she claimed to send the man text messages throughout the day which he never returned.

It added up to approximately 65,000 texts received by the Paradise Valley man in less than a year, according to court documents obtained by Tucscon's KGUN9.

While being questioned by police, Ades reportedly admitted that her actions were "crazy".

This woman did not just walk into a home that she wasn't invited to, but then she made herself right at home. Ades - who told cops she was the victim's wife- is being held without bond.

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