Woman sends man 65000 text messages after one date

Leroy Wright
May 12, 2018

In July 2017, the man reported her to police for parking outside his house and, on April 8, Ades is accused of breaking into his home while he was out of the country.

Said the arrest report: She "sends victims messages all day but he never responds".

Over the course of several months, Jacqueline Ades, 31, had been harassing a man she met through the internet dating service, Luxy.

ABC15 reported the two going out together on a single date, only for Ades allegedly falling in love (with an illusion) and actively pursuing the un-named man. He said Ades sent him about 65,000 texts and there were times he received 500 messages a day from her, according to FOX10. She was arrested and charged with felony trespass to a residence, but she was eventually released. When she gets out of prison, she should try dating a lesbian; in that community sending 65,000 texts after a first date is considered playing hard to get.

Scottsdale police later escorted Ades away from a Scottsdale office building where the man worked, Paradise Valley police said.

Jacqueline Claire Ades remained jailed Friday on suspicion of stalking, threatening and harassment by communication.

Ades spoke to reporters from jail saying she was in love.

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The victim said after that incident, Ades sent him threatening texts, one of which read, 'Oh what would I do w ur blood! "I'd wanna bathe in it", she allegedly told him.

"I was traveling around, I was in California and I wanted to stay in California", Ades said. I don't think I've even sent that many messages in my life, let alone to one person. They also reported finding a butcher knife in her auto.

"I don't want to talk about that", Ades said when asked if she was told to stop contacting him.

When police arrived, they say they found Ades taking a bath in his house, and a butcher knife was discovered in her vehicle. So she did what anyone would do in the face of rejection, she moved on and tried to meet someone new.

Online, Ades posted disturbing social media posts on Instagram that mentioned Hitler and the Illuminati. She is set to appear in court May 15.

She is set to appear in court May 15 and is now being held without bond.

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