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(VIDEO) Woman Sends Man 65,000 Texts After Going On One Date

By Nadine / dimanche 13 mai 2018 10:00
Oh, but it gets so much worse.

Jacqueline Ades knew she met her soulmate when she went on a date in Paradise Valley, Arizona. The only problem is, that feeling wasn't exactly mutual.  Ades allegedly sent the man she went on a date with after meeting on a dating app over 65,000 texts... about 500 a day, ABC15 reports.

Some of the texts were disturbing, even going so far as to say that she would cut up his body, wear his body parts, and bathe in his blood.

The victim in question called the police several times, but Ades was only finally arrested when she trespassed into his home while he was out of the country, and decided to take a bath. There was a large butcher knife found in her car. 

“…Don’t ever try to leave me…I’ll kill you...I don't wanna be a murderer," some of the texts to the victim would say.

Apparently, the kind of crazy you thought was only reserved for over the top horror film stalkers actually does exist in real life.

If you've got the time and the stomach to handle all the crazy, you can watch the raw, full 18 minute interview with Ades below. 

It looks like your parents were right after all. Be careful who you talk to online.

Photos: Paradise Valley Police Dept.
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By  Agent JPN  |  6

So the cops only took the threat seriously when she actually trespassed (with probable intent to murder if he was actually there and rejected her)

We all know if the gender roles were reversed the man would have been arrested (as he should have been) due to the threatening text messages.

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By  Agent JPN  |  6

So the cops only took the threat seriously when she actually trespassed (with probable intent to murder if he was actually there and rejected her)

We all know if the gender roles were reversed the man would have been arrested (as he should have been) due to the threatening text messages.

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  julfunky  |  22

I’ve known plenty of women unable to do anything over text messages, who were simply told to block him. Many police don’t take text messages seriously no matter if it’s a woman or a man.

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  PhoenixChick  |  24

No, we don't all know that becaue most of actually know this isn't true. There is no legal protection from stalking, and threats are not taken seriously by police. If you're lucky, you might get a restraining order after documenting months of constant harassment. Of course, a restraining order doens't stop the psycho from killing you. If you're unlucky, you get a cop who tells you to ignore them, stay off the internet, turn off your phone, etc. Nobody does anything until another, more tangible crime occurs. And even then, if your'e a woman in a conservative area, you can still get the "oh, no real harm was done, I'm sure it was a misunderstanding, this is all he-said she-said" judge who STILL won't do squat.

Sadly, unless you are a celebrity or rich, you can have someone literally threaten to kill you, have it documented, and nobody wll do anything.

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