An Arizona woman is now in jail without bond accused of stalking a man she met online.
According to a report, Jacqueline Ades sent the man at least 500 text messages per day, totaling to over 65,000 text messages.
Some of the messages were described as threatening and disturbing. A few of the texts said quote:
"Don't ever try to leave me", "I'll kill you", and "I want to wear your body parts" and "bathe in your blood."
The man said he went one date with her over a year ago, but she won't leave him alone.
Last month, police found Ades bathing in the man's bathtub. She also trespassed on two other times in the past year.
Police found a butcher knife in her car when she was most recently arrested.
Ades is being charged with felony stalking.
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