Woman 'sent man 159,000 texts before making freaky threat'

Maricopa County Sheriff's Office in Arizona shows Jacqueline Claire Ades

Maricopa County Sheriff's Office in Arizona shows Jacqueline Claire Ades

Jacqueline Ades, 31, of Phoenix in the U.S. state of Arizona, had police called on her in July 2017 when she was parked outside her date's residence, police said.

In a jailhouse interview from May, Ades said that she met the man on Luxy, an online dating service focused on people who earn over $500,000 per year.

A Phoenix woman who was arrested last spring for allegedly stalking a man she had gone out on a single date with sent him more than 159,000 text messages, including some threatening violence and dismemberment.

Initially, Ades was thought to have sent him some 65,000 texts, but now it turns out that she sent 159,000 messages.

Court documents obtained by the Arizona Republic shows Jacqueline Ades sent thousands of threatening text messages over the course of almost ten months. Shortly after, the man started to receive threatening text messages from the suspect.

She returned in December 2017 after reports emerged of her sending threatening texts but police couldn't find her on the man's property.

She had brought her two dogs into the home with her, and when her auto was searched a large butcher's knife was discovered on the front passenger seat.

Ades" arrest records indicate that the woman was "showing signs of mental illness'.

Ades was taken into custody and charged with first degree criminal trespassing, but failed to appear in court on multiple occasions.

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Another is alleged to have read: "You do whatever you have to do to get here... but don't ever try to leave me..."

One allegedly said "I'd make sushi outta ur kidneys n chopsticks outta ur hand bones", the Arizona Republic reports. "This was a journey and I want to apologize because nobody could never be more sorry".

But Ades carried on sending text messages, according to court documents. But police documents made public on Friday show that Ades, 31, allegedly sent many more messages. She was later arrested after failing to appear at several of her court hearings. Scottsdale police responded to the scene and escorted her off the premise.

"No, I don't think anything I say is normal".

'It's OK if that's how [he] feels, ' she said.

"Somebody else should love him".

As Ades is being handcuffed after collecting some of her clothes, she says, "Why is this happening to me?" He's so cute. I can't believe I scared him'. She is due to face trial on 5 February.

Ades has plead not guilty to charges of stalking and criminal trespassing and is still being held without bond at the Maricopa County Jail.

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