A Phoenix woman who was arrested last spring for allegedly stalking a man she had gone out on a single date with sent him more than 159,000 text messages, including some threatening violence and dismemberment.
At the time of her arrest in May 2018 on counts of stalking and criminal trespassing, police said Jacquelyn Ades, 31, peppered the victim with 65,000 texts over the course of 10 months.
It has now been reported by The Arizona Republic, which has reviewed police reports and videotaped police interviews, that the number of missives, many of them sadistic in nature, was more than double that.
Ades, a licensed beautician from Florida, met the unnamed victim, identified only as the CEO of a Scottsdale-area company that sells skincare products, through the dating site Luxy, which bills itself as a dating service for millionaires.
The two went out together once, but the man was not interested in pursuing a relationship with Ades, documents stated. Despite that, the woman continued sending him text messages, sometimes up to 500 a day.
The businessman contacted police in July 2017 when he spotted Ades parked outside his Paradise Valley home.
Before long, Ades allegedly began inundating the object of her apparent obsession with increasingly threatening messages, including one that read,’I’d make sushi outta ur kidneys n chopsticks outta ur hand bones.’
Another disturbing text stated: ‘I’d wear ur fascia n the top of ur skull n ur hands n feet.’
Fascia is a thin layer of fibrous tissue enclosing muscles and organs.
A third menacing missive declared: ‘oh what would I do w ur blood! Id wanna bathe in it.’
Ades’ arrest records indicate that the woman was ‘showing signs of mental illness.’
In April 2018, the victim was remotely checking his home surveillance video when he spotted Ades.
Police officers went to the home and found the 31-year-old woman taking a bath in the man’s tub.
When police searched Ades’ car, they found a large butcher knife on the passenger seat.
When asked by police to explain her presence inside the man’s home, Ades replied: ‘I guess that I made up a whole scenario in my head where I live here, so I came here and pretended that’s what was happening.’
The victim said after that incident, Ades sent him more threatening texts, one of which stated: ‘You do whatever you have to do to get here… but don’t ever try to leave me… I’ll kill you… I don’t want to be a murderer.’
In her messages to the object of her desire, Ades allegedly favorably compared herself to Adolf Hitler and praised the Nazi mass murderer as a ‘genius,’ as Fox 10 reported last year.
In May, Ades showed up at the man’s business in Scottsdale pretending to be his wife, which ultimately led to her arrest in Phoenix.
After being taken into custody, Ades reassured police that she had no intention of hurting the man, saying that ‘something came over her’ when she sent the threatening texts.
She also claimed that her disturbing missives, including the one about the fascia, were funny.