- Jacqueline Ades, of Phoenix, Arizona, was arrested last year for allegedly stalking a man she went on a single date with in 2017.
- Ades sent the man more than 159,000 texts after the date, according to police records.
- Police said Ades started threatening the man after he called the police upon finding her parked outside his home in July 2017.
- Arrest records revealed that police listed Ades as showing signs of mental illness.
An Arizona woman sent a man she’s accused of stalking more than 159,000 text messages after going on a single date with him, police records reveal.
Jacqueline Ades, of Phoenix, sent the messages, some of which were threatening, over the course of almost ten months, according to police records obtained by The Arizona Republic.
Per the Republic, the man, whose name has not been publicly released but is reportedly the CEO of a Scottsdale-based skincare products company, called the police on Ades after finding her parked outside his home in July 2017.
Paradise Valley police told the Republic that Ades started threatening the man after being escorted off of his property.
Ades had previously been arrested for trespassing inside the man’s home while he was out of the country in April 2018.
According to the report, officers discovered a large knife on a seat in her car, and when questioned, Ades admitted that she “knew her statements were crazy.”
Ades sent thousands of texts to the man, some threatening physical violence. One text read: “I’d make sushi outta ur kidneys n chopsticks outta ur hand bones,” per the report. Another read “Oh what I’d do with ur blood. I’d bathe in it!”
Asked why she sent so many texts, she said “If you give and don’t stop giving even if you don’t receive, you all of the sudden recieve a lot,” she said in a press conference in May.
Ades told the Republic in May that she had met the man on Luxy, an online dating service that calls itself the “leading luxury millionaire dating app for wealthy, successful, beautiful and attractive men and women.”
At her press conference, Ades admitted she and the man went on only one date after communicating through the app for a few days.
Records shown to the Republic do not specify when Ades and the man met up, but it is believed it took place shortly before police were called on Ades in July 2017.
The man told police that Ades continued to text him after the date, despite him telling her he was not interested.
It was previously reported that she had sent him 65,000 text messages, but police documents revealed to the Republic showed the number was much larger.
Ades pleaded not guilty to charges of stalking and criminal trespassing.
She is being held in a Maricopa County jail without bond, and her trial is scheduled to start next month.
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