'Bathe in your blood': Woman accused of sending man 65K texts

After that date, police say Ades began texting the man constantly, sending him more than 65,000 text messages. Then the man started to receive threatening messages from her, according to court transcripts.

The victim reported her twice past year when she was parked outside his home and repeatedly texting him.

Paradise Valley police on Tuesday arrested Jacqueline Claire Ades on charges of threatening, stalking and harassment against a man she dated. Police also found a large knife on the passenger seat of her auto during the arrest.

She was arrested on allegations of stalking, a class five felony. Others included "Don't ever try to leave me..."

Police say they first became involved in July of 2017 when the man contacted them saying Ades was parked outside his property and had been continually texting him even when he'd told her he didn't want to speak to her anymore, according to a news release.

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A month ago, the unidentified man called Paradise Valley cops when surveillance footage showed her taking a bath in his tub when he was away on a trip.

The most recent time that police responded to a call about her from a local business on May 4, when police were told that she was "acting irrationally and claiming to be the wife of the owner", police said.

Ades allegedly proceeded to send the man alarming texts following the incident. "I'd wanna bathe in it", one text read, according to court documents. "I'll kill you. I don't wanna be a murderer", she wrote in another, according to the station. She said that she threatened him because she was anxious he had called police to report her behavior. An Arizona woman is accused of doing just that.

Ades also admitted to knowing her statements were "crazy" and planned to return to Florida when released from jail.

  • Megan Austin