By Savannah Smith  |  05-10-2018   News
Photo credit: Maricopa County Sheriff

A woman from Arizona got so obsessed with the object of her affection- whom she just met online - that she became a creepy stalker, at one point even sending the man hundreds of text messages per day.

31-year-old Jacqueline Ades met her victim online and they went on date more than a year ago, yet she wouldn’t leave him alone since then.

Court documents show that Ades is accused of trespassing onto the man’s property in July and December of last year. And when police arrived at the man’s Paradise Valley home last month, they found Ades there- and in his bathtub at that.

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Ades is accused of sending the victim more than 65,000 text messages in less than a year. The records also show that some of those messages have gone overboard and were threatening and disturbing. One of the creepiest is her text message telling the man that she wanted to wear his body parts and bathe in his blood.

The man’s identity has not been released by the authorities.

It is not clear if other than their one-time date, the two had ever been an item- or what Ades make of their “relationship.”

Police also say that the scary thing is they found a butcher knife in Ades’ car when she was most recently arrested, an indication that she posed a real threat to the man, and to other people.

It is not clear if Ades is suffering from mental health issues, or if she has previous criminal records of or violence against anyone.

Ades is now in jail with no bond. Authorities did not detail the extent and scope of the charges that she will most likely face.

Source:

https://amp.click2houston.com/news/bathe-in-your-blood-woman-accused-of-stalking-sent-man-more-than-65000-text-messages-police-say

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Anonymous No. 25673 1525995241

If it were a man, this story would be national news.

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