Woman allegedly sent date 159,000 texts
A WOMAN accused of bombarding her online dating match with 159,000 texts also allegedly broke into his home to take a bath after just one date.
In one chilling message Jacqueline Ades, 33, warned the CEO she'd "make sushi" out of his kidneys and "chopsticks" from his hand bones.
The businessman - whose identity hasn't been released by police - said he only responded to a handful of messages and eventually blocked her phone number, reports the New York Post.
Ms Ades pleaded not guilty to stalking and trespassing charges in the case that is set to go to trial on Tuesday in Maricopa County Superior Court in Phoenix, US.
According to police records, the pair went on one date, and parted ways before the end of the night.
More than a 100,000 texts from Ms Ades flooded the CEO's phone over the course of nearly 10 months - with a frequency of sometimes 500 messages a day, he told authorities.
One text apparently said: "I love u", while another declared, "U have to be nice to me. N stay forever."
Others, police say, were decidedly less romantic: "I'd make sushi outta ur kidneys n chopsticks outta ur hand bones."
One even allegedly read: "YOU SHOULD DIE."
The man told police Ms Ades repeatedly contacted him after the date, even though he told her he didn't want to see or hear from her again.
Police told the New York Post that Ms Ades decided to return to where he lived after the CEO blocked her on WhatsApp.
He called police when he spotted her parked outside his house in July 2017.
Soon after, the texts from her became threatening and delusional in nature, police records obtained in a Freedom of Information request said.
"You should die," one message apparently said. "You have worn out ur welcome."
"I'm turning u in for the money!" another text reportedly said.
Later a message was allegedly sent demanding cash. "I need money. U will give to me. I'll force it."
Then last April, police allege Ms Ades went into his home while the businessman was out of the country.
The man recognised the alleged intruder on his surveillance system around midnight as the woman he had matched with on the millionaire matchmaking app Luxy a year-and-a-half earlier.
She allegedly brought over her two dogs, food to prepare and a bottle of wine, which was on the centre island in the kitchen when police arrived.
Officers said they opened the bathroom door to discover Ms Ades bathing in the tub, and ordered her to grab a towel to cover herself.
She gave officers permission to retrieve her driver's license from her Mercedes-Benz, which was parked outside the home.
In the vehicle, they discovered a 20cm butcher's knife in plain view on the front passenger seat, officials said.
The alleged stalker was arrested on April 8, 2018, at the businessman's home in Paradise Valley, Arizona, and placed in the back of a police cruiser, they added.
Officers questioned Ms Ades about messages in which she threatened to cut up the man's body and remove his organs.
The police report stated: "Ades replied that she would never do that, but then clarified that she was saying that if she and victim were together and he left, that she 'would do those things'."
Felony charges were filed against her for first-degree criminal trespassing of a residential structure.
She was released from custody, but landed back in jail on May 8 after failing to appear in court and showing up at the man's workplace, claiming to be his wife.
Multiple attempts to reach Ms Ades' public defender were unsuccessful.
When the arrest made headlines in the US for the staggering number of texts she apparently sent to her date, Ms Ades' friends said they weren't shocked that the makeup artist had pursued a rich man.
It wasn't unlike her to target a sugar daddy and try to milk him for large sums of cash, they said.
Friends described Ms Ades as a transient who prized luxury - alternately flashing Dior sunglasses and nature trails in Instagram photos.
She shared snaps of herself bikini-clad at the Waldorf Astoria in Palm Springs, California, and her VIP tickets to the Coachella music festival.
Even though she is currently in jail while awaiting trial, Ms Ades' devotion to the CEO hasn't appeared to wane.
She granted an interview to local news outlets from behind bars.
Ms Ades told reporters: "I felt like I met my soulmate and everything was just the way it was.
"And I thought we'd just do what everyone else did and just get married, but that's not what happened."
This article originally appeared on the New York Post and was reproduced with permission