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Arizona Woman Sends Man 65,000 Texts After One Date

An Arizona woman has been accused of sending 65,000 texts and breaking into a man's home and taking a bath in his tub after going on a single date. The two allegedly met on a dating website and only went out once.

31-year-old Jacqueline Ades was discovered taking a bath inside the man's house by police on April 8. Officers discovered a large butcher knife on the passenger's seat of her car. Adres was taken into custody and charged with trespassing. The man, who was out of the country at the time, called the police after seeing Ades in his house while checking his home surveillance video.

The man had called officers before regarding Ades' behavior; in July 2017, she was found parked outside his home after he accused her of repeatedly texting him despite him telling her he no longer wished to speak with her. The man alleges she began sending threatening text messages shortly thereafter, telling him in one, "Don't ever try to leave me...I'll kill you...I don't wanna be a murderer." According to court paperwork, she also told the man that she wanted to wear his body parts and bathe in his blood.

After Ades was released from custody following her April arrest, she began sending more threatening texts telling the man that he may be in danger. On May 4, police were called to a Scottsdale business after patrons reported Ades acting irrationally and claiming to be the owner's wife - the owner is the same man who's home Ades broke into. 

During questioning, Ades told police she sent the man text messages all day but did not receive any response. She explained she threatened him because she loved him and did not want him to leave her; admitting to officers she knew her behavior was "crazy." 

Ades was arrested again earlier this week on charges of threatening, stalking, and harassment. She reportedly plans to return to Florida after she is released. 

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