A woman is facing a slew of charges after an online date led to threatening text messages, non-stop harassment and a nightmarish stalking situation for an Arizona man, police said. Sometimes 500 per day.
Ades met the victim, a Paradise Valley man who was not identified, through a dating site, FOX10 Phoenix reported.
After going on a date with a man she met online, Ades sent him more than 65,000 text messages, some of which threatened violence, AZFamily.com reports.
Ades told cops that she never wanted to hurt the man and sent the messages because she did not want him to leave her, AZCentral.com reported. Police escorted the woman off the victim's property, but the incident allegedly set Ades off.
Joe Russo Shoots Down Hulk Theory, Offers Surprisingly Deep Explanation — INFINITY WAR
They also talk about what they liked and the couple things that didn't work for them in the film. They worked together in secret to shape the status of the superhuman world.
She also said she wanted to wear his body parts and bathe in his blood, according to KNXV.
When Jacqueline Ades was arrested last month, the 31-year-old had broken into the Paradise Valley home and was in the man's bathtub.
Less than three weeks later, the victim called authorities to report receiving multiple threatening text messages from her, court documents said.
"You do whatever you have to do to get here...but don't ever try to leave me".
Steam Link and Steam Video apps announced for Android and iOS
Interestingly, you will be able to download your videos to watch offline, ensuring you don't have to be online at all times. Many might be unaware that Steam even has a video section, but you can buy a ton of different films on the digital service.
According to the news outlet, Ades called herself the "new Hitler" in another text. Four months later, the man was out-of-town but called detectives and said he had spotted Ades near his home while reviewing security footage, according to police.
Ades, 31 - who authorities said had a butcher knife in her vehicle - was arrested but later released and never showed up for her court date.
Ades was released from custody but failed to appear in court, AZ Central reported.
When confronted by police by the business, which is owned by the man she had been texting and whose home she trespassed, she told police that "she was married to the owner".
Thunderstorm warning: Delhi police issues traffic advisory, starts emergency helpline
On Monday night a dust storm swept Delhi affecting the flight operations at Indira Gandhi International Airport. The national capital New Delhi woke up with a cloudy morning and has predictions of rain.
- It Turns Out Thanos Is A Bit Too Powerful In Fortnite
- Casualties feared as multiple blasts rock Kabul
- 22 arrested in India in 3 rape cases
- Ebola outbreak kills 17 in Congo: health ministry
- I expected Ajinkya Rahane in the ODI squad: Sourav Ganguly
- Retail giant Walmart adding policy aimed at opioid abuse
- Germany supports maintaining Iran nuclear deal - Merkel to Rouhani
- PM Modi Nepal Visit: Ram Janaki Temple decked up like a bride
- Rishabh Pant second youngest to blast Indian Premier League hundred
- Google Maps to get updated with new Assistant, AR, and recommendation features