Arizona woman sends 65K texts, breaks into victim's home & takes

Posted May 15, 2018

A Phoenix woman is facing numerous charges after she allegedly sent more than 65,000 text messages to a man after a first date last summer, many of them containing weird threats.

Still, that didn't stop Ades from sending him some 65,000 texts - including 500 in one day - over the next 17 months, breaking into his home and even showing up to his business, where she claimed to be the man's wife, authorities said.

The Paradise Valley Police Department reported that they had received four calls about Ms Ades' behaviour after she went to this man's house and his place of business between July 2017 and May 2018.

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

When police searched Ades' vehicle, they found a large butcher knife on the passenger seat. She was subsequently arrested and charged with harassment, stalking, and threatening. "And if he doesn't like it then I'll go home and I'll love my ex-boyfriend".

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When asked if she would finally leave the victim alone now, after her arrest, she replied: 'If he wants me to, ' she said. After one reporter contradicted her claims of simply sending messages of love, and pointed out all the gory threats, Ades answered, "When you're finding love, not everything is flawless".

What began as a connection on a dating site turned into an extended stalking and threatening situation for a Paradise Valley man, according to police.

Detectives were sent screenshots of the text messages, including "Oh what would I do w ur blood!"

"Don't ever try to leave me ..."

"I felt like I'd met my soulmate", she said.

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During her jailhouse interview Thursday, Ades was asked why she sent the victim so many texts.

'When you find love, everything is not ideal. "Id want to bathe in it", another message said.

"When you're finding love, not everything is flawless", Ades told the media.

Last month, the victim spotted her while remotely checking home surveillance video. She also had a failure to appear warrant out for her because she didn't show up to an April court date related to the trespassing charge. After she was released, she started threatening the man via more texts, saying that "harm may come" to him.

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