Woman sent over 159,000 disturbing text messages to man she went on one date with: police

An Arizona woman who was arrested in April for allegedly stalking a man she met online sent him over 159,000 text messages, ranging from desperate pleas to disturbing threats, according to police.

Jacqueline Ades, a self-employed esthetician, sent a barrage of messages to the man, whose identity has not been released, over a period of ten months after the two went on a single date, according to records obtained by the Arizona Republic.

Ades met her victim, the CEO of an Arizona-based skincare company, via Luxy, a dating website that specifically caters to wealthy individuals. The service boasts that one of every two of its active members earns over $500,000 per year, with 41 percent of "income-verified members" allegedly topping $1M in annual income.

The pair matched on the app in 2017 and corresponded for a few days before going on a date. Ades allegedly began incessantly texting the man after he tried to inform her he did not want to see her again. 

In July 2017, the victim called police when he found Ades parked outside of his home, according to the Arizona Republic. She was escorted off the property but not arrested or charged with any crimes. Shortly after the incident, Ades' text messages to the man became more threatening and graphic, court documents show. 

"Oh what would I do w ur blood! ... Id wanna bathe in it," one message stated. 

"I'd make sushi outta ur kidneys n chopsticks outta ur hand bones," read another. 

In April 2018, Ades was arrested for trespassing inside of the man's home while he was out of the country. The victim called police when surveillance footage from a home security system showed her breaking into his home and taking a bath.

Responding officers police found a large butcher knife on the passenger seat of Ades' car and noted that the suspect displayed signs of mental illness.

Ades pleaded not guilty to charges of stalking and criminal trespassing and is currently being held without bond. Her trial is set to begin on Feb. 5. 

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