In May, Jacqueline Claire Ades was apprehended by Paradise Valley police on charges of stalking the man she had gone on a single date with, which included breaking into his residence.
Initially, authorities alleged that Ades had inundated the man with a staggering 65,000 text messages. However, recently disclosed police documents shed new light on the extent of her alleged harassment, revealing that Ades, 31, had allegedly sent even more messages than previously reported.
Jacqueline Ades, 31, arrested for stalking and threatening a man she met online. Police say she broke into his home, took a bath, and had a knife in her car. Her story and more, tonight at 5. pic.twitter.com/xjEL0kmxvC
— Courtney Griffin (@Courtgtv) May 10, 2018
Among the multitude of messages, law enforcement uncovered deeply troubling content. Examples include disturbing threats such as, “I’d make sushi outta ur kidneys n chopsticks outta ur hand bones,” and “I’d wear ur fascia n the top of ur skull n ur hands n feet.”
In the wake of her arrest, officers have identified Ades as having a mental illness, suggesting potential underlying factors that may have contributed to her behavior. This revelation adds a layer of complexity to the case, underscoring the importance of addressing mental health issues within the criminal justice system.