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


They had one date. 65000 texts later, she said she wanted to 'bathe' in his blood, Ariz. cops say

The victim told police he met Ades through an online dating site. You could say a continued interest was a bit one-sided, because between July 2017 and May 2018, Paradise Valley Police Department received four calls regarding Ades showing up at either the victims home or place of business. Officers also said they found a butcher knife in her vehicle, and charged her with threatening, stalking and harassment. When she was moved on, she allegedly sent him threatening and abusive messages.

According to police, the victim rejected Ades after their first date, which sent her spiraling out of control as she tried desperately to get his attention, sometimes sending up to 500 texts per day.

Ades replied: 'No. I am the person that [sic] discovered love'.

"We met up online", said Ades.

"No! I love him!" she exclaimed.

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In today's "what not to do", an easy tip: do not go on a date with someone and then bombard them with tens of thousands of text messages afterwards.

Police say some of the messages Ades sent the victim were threatening.

Based on the victim's statement, after severing ties with Ades, the woman called him incessantly each day and sent him more than 50,000 text messages. The man said that numerous messages were threatening, including multiple death threats, and he wanted to press charges. "And he blocked me, so I came here".

She justified her actions in an interview with CBS this week.

"No. Oh my god no".

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"I love him so much. If [Victim] wants me to go to jail, I should go to jail". "Daily Mail" tells us the two of them went out for an appointment, the woman fell in love with him and he no longer accepted "no" as an answer. "What am I supposed to do?" This April, the man even called the police to tell them that she had broken into his home when he was out of the country, and he had caught it on surveillance video. Last month, she allegedly broke into his home and took a bath in his tub.

If that wasn't disturbing enough, the officers who responded to the scene found a butcher knife in the front seat of Ades' vehicle.

"I was traveling around, I was in California and I wanted to stay in California", Ades said. "I had flippy knives on my road trips".

Ades is being held pending a court appearance later this month.

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