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Published: Mon, May 14, 2018
Culture | By Antonia Gonzales

Police say stalker broke into man's house, took bath

Police say stalker broke into man's house, took bath

An Arizona woman was arrested on suspicion of stalking and harassing after being accused of sending 65,000 text messages to man she met online and dated once.

Jacqueline Ades claims she met the unidentified Paradise Valley man through Luxy, an online dating site geared towards matchmaking millionaires with "pretty girls", according to Ades, in a weird, rambling jailhouse interview with several Phoenix reporters, including Arizona Family.

Ades was asked directly, "Are you insane?"

She also broke into his home and took a bath.

31-year-old Jacqueline Ades was arrested on charges of threatening, stalking and harassment. "Oh, what I would do w ur blood!" she allegedly once wrote. She is now facing charges of threatening, stalking, harassment and failure to appear.

In July of 2017, Ades was found parked outside of the man's home after he apparently told her that he was not interested in continuing their relationship after their first date. They also reported finding a butcher knife in her auto.

In an interview with CNN affiliate KPHO/KTVK from jail, the woman said she never meant to hurt the victim and that she (still) loves him.

Last week, Ades showed up at the victim's business and claimed to be his wife.

She resumed her stalking upon getting out of jail, sending threatening texts to the man "indicating that harm may come", according to police.

When asked by reporters Thursday if sending 65,000 text messages was excessive, she replied: "Love is an excessive thing".

Some of the texts read: "U do whatever u have to do to get here. but don't ever try to leave me".

In her interview with reporters this week, Ades said she was originally from Miami. "Id want to bathe in it", another message said. She has also gotten quite a bit of attention from local media, speaking to the press this week. When police confronted her, she continued to assert that "she was married to the owner". She said she never had any intention of hurting him and did not consider him a victim.

"I was traveling around, I was in California and I wanted to stay in California", Ades said.

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