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

Last month Jacqueline Ades was arrested after she was found bathing in the victim’s bathtub when he wasn’t home

Jacqueline Ades is accused of stalking a Paradise Valley, Arizona man by allegedly sending him more than 60,000 texts and saying she wanted to bathe in his blood.

Some of the messages were described as threatening and disturbing.

Jacqueline Ades of Phoenix was arrested Tuesday and slapped with charges of threatening and intimating, stalking and harassment. Several months later, police received another report of a suspicious woman at the property, but were unable to locate anyone at the time.

She is also accused of sending him more than 65,000 text messages.

When detectives asked Ades about the threatening text messages, she said "She did not want to hurt the victim because she loved him" and she says "she threatened him because she did not want him to leave".

Others included "Don't ever try to leave me... I'll kill you... I don't wanna be a murderer!" read one, according to the report.

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Last month, the victim spotted her while remotely checking home surveillance video. She is scheduled to appear in court May 15.

Officers arrived and say they discovered Ades inside the home taking a bath, after which she was arrested and charged with felony trespassing.

On May 4, police were called to a business in Scottsdale after people reported a woman "acting irrationally" and claiming that she was the business owner's wife, police said.

Court documents say Ades sent numerous text messages to the man all day, and she threatened him after worrying he would call the cops due to her behaviour after he didn't respond to them.

Ades allegedly compared herself to Adolf Hitler, who she called "a genius". Officers went to the home and found her taking a bath.

Numerous messages were aggressive and threatening, including "Don't ever try to leave me". She said that she "knew her statements were insane and that she would return to Florida when released", the report alleges.

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