‘I’d make sushi out of your kidneys’: Stalker sent more than 159K texts after one date, breaks into victim’s home & claims she’ll bathe in his blood [Police]

‘He’s so cute. I can’t believe I scared him.’

Authorities who arrested an Arizona woman last year initially claimed she sent around 65,000 harassing text messages to a man she met online. Recently-obtained court documents indicate the suspect allegedly sent far, far more texts than originally thought.

 As CrimeOnline previously reported, 31-year-old Jacqueline Ades, of Phoenix, allegedly began stalking her unnamed victim in 2017 after the pair met on the online dating site. After meeting and going out on one date, the suspect said she fell in love with the victim, according to police.

In the following days after the date, Ades allegedly began sending text messages to the man, sometimes up to 500 messages per day. The victim told police he asked the suspect to stop contacting him but she wouldn’t listen.

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According to court documents recently obtained by Arizona Republic, texts sent by Ades equaled to around 159,000 messages over the span of 10 months. The documents also indicated that Ades met the victim, a CEO of a skin care and spa company, on the dating site, Luxy, a “millionaire dating site for wealthy and attractive singles.” Ades was an esthetician, licensed in Florida.

In July 2017, Ades reportedly parked outside of the man’s home in Paradise Valley and started sending back-to-back text messages. Authorities arrived to the scene and escorted her off the property which, according to police, did nothing to stop her unwarranted behavior. The messages later escalated to threats, the victim told police.

Jacqueline Ades [Police Handout]
In December 2017, police logged a similar complaint, but once they arrived to the victim’s home, they couldn’t locate Ades. Then, in April 2018, the victim called authorities while he was out of the country and said he spotted Ames while looking over his home security surveillance footage online.

When deputies arrived at the victim’s home, they found Ades inside the residence, bathing in the man’s bathtub, according to court documents. They also found a large butcher knife inside her car.

Police arrested Ades and charged her with trespassing but upon her release from jail, court documents indicate she started sending bizarre, hate-filled text messages to the victim, claiming she would kill him. She also reportedly wrote she wanted to bathe in his blood and wear his body parts.

“…Don’t ever try to leave me…I’ll kill you…I don’t wanna be a murderer.”

“I’d wear ur fascia n the top of ur skull.”

“I’d make sushi outta ur kidneys n chopsticks outta ur hand bones.” 

“Rotten filthy Jew…. Lololol I’m like the new Hitler… man was a genius.”

On May 4, 2018, Ades was arrested again after witnesses in Scottsdale said they saw a woman at a business “acting irrationally and claiming to be the owner’s wife.” Police later determined that the business owner was Ades’ victim. She was subsequently arrested and charged with harassment, stalking, and threatening.

Ades later provided an interview to the media while still behind bars, claiming that the victim was her soulmate.

“I felt like I met my soul mate and everything was just the way it was. I thought we would do what everybody else did, but that’s not what happened.”

Ades reportedly told police she never intended to hurt the victim and the text messages were sent “in jest.” When questioned whether she thought her actions were normal, she allegedly said that she understood what did was wrong.

“No, I don’t think anything I say is normal. I understand now.”

Ades also reportedly claimed to understand that the victim doesn’t want to be with her. She indicated she was “OK” with that.

“It’s OK if that’s how (he) feels. Somebody else should love him. He has so much to love. He’s so cute. I can’t believe I scared him.”

Ades’ trial is scheduled to begin February 5 at the Maricopa County Superior Court.

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[Feature Photo: Jacqueline Ades/Instagram]