Woman Arrested After Allegedly Sending Date 65,000 Messages
The dating world can be a scary place because while someone might appear to be cool and fun on an app, they can turn out to be a very different person in real life.
One American bloke has dealt with that to the point he had to call the cops, because the woman he met on one date allegedly went on to flood his phone with messages.
Sure, you might think the story of a bloke breaking into Taylor Swift's home and having a nap was strange, but Jacqueline Ades' case takes it up a notch.
The 31-year-old has been charged with threatening and intimidating, stalking and harassment after police say she refused to let her unnamed date live on without her.
It all happened after Ades and the Paradise Valley man met on a dating app and went on one date. The Daily Mail says the woman quickly fell in love and began bombarding him with up to 500 messages a day.
In total she is accused of sending as many as 65,000 messages to the bloke. I don't think I've even sent that many messages in my life, let alone to one person.
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Police were called one evening in July last year when the victim found out Ades was parked outside his home. When she was moved on, she allegedly sent him threatening and abusive messages.
But it wasn't until April when things really started to heat up.
According to ABC15, the victim was out of the country but thought he'd check his home security system for the lols and lo and behold, Ades was inside his property. He called police and when they arrived they found her casually taking a bath.
Scarily though, when she was arrested, police allegedly found a large butchers knife in the passenger seat of her car.
One of the messages she reportedly sent to him was: "Don't ever try to leave me... I'll kill you... I don't wanna be a murderer."
Fox 10 reports that another text said: "Oh what would I do w ur blood! I'd want to bathe in it" and "I'm like Hitler... man was a genius."
Ades eventually rocked up to this poor guy's workplace and pretended to be his wife. Officers from the Paradise Valley Police Department took her into custody and charged her with several offences.
Speaking from jail, she told ABC15: "I felt like I met my soul mate and I thought we would just do what everybody else did and we would get married and everything would be fine."
Featured Image Credit: ABC15 Arizona