After going on a date with a man she met online, Ades sent him more than 65,000 text messages, some of which threatened violence, AZFamily.com reports. The man said that numerous messages were threatening, including multiple death threats, and he wanted to press charges.
Ades is being charged with felony stalking.
Last summer, the victim reportedly called the cops when he found Ades parked outside his home.
She is also accused of sending him more than 65,000 text messages.
Ades, 31, and the man, whose name has not been publicly released, met through an online dating website and went on one date in 2017, ABC 15 reported. "I don't wanna be a murderer", said one text.
She was booked into the local jail based on a failure to appear warrant that was out for her because she missed her court date for the April trespassing charge.
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Last week, cops were called to a Scottsdale business owned by the man after members of the public saw Ades claiming to be the owner's wife and "acting irrationally", police said. Last month, while out of the county, the victim spotted Ades in his home on home surveillance video.
Police received a similar report in December from the same residence but officers were unable to locate her.
When officers arrived at the home, the woman was taking a bath, police said. They asked her to leave the premises and afterward, she began texting the man repeatedly.
Court documents say Ades sent numerous text messages to the man all day, and she threatened him after worrying he would call the cops due to her behaviour after he didn't respond to them. In another message, the woman wrote she wanted to wear the man's body parts and bathe in his blood. She said that she "knew her statements were insane and that she would return to Florida when released", the report alleges.
Ades allegedly compared herself to Adolf Hitler, who she called "a genius".