A woman is accused of breaking into a Paradise Valley home, bathing in the homeowner's bathtub, and sending tens of thousands of disturbing text messages to the man's phone after the pair went on one date. Sometimes 500 per day.
The most extreme instance came this past April when the man called police saying he was out of the country but could see that she had entered his home via surveillance video.
Ades met the victim, a Paradise Valley man who was not identified, through a dating site, FOX10 Phoenix reported.
When she was released, the man told police the threatening text messages continued.
But the truly unusual part of the story came to light when authorities revealed what was in the more than 65,000 text messages she'd sent to the man in the past year.
When detectives asked Ades about the threatening text messages, she said "She did not want to hurt the victim because she loved him" and she says "she threatened him because she did not want him to leave". Police escorted the woman off the victim's property, but the incident allegedly set Ades off. She also said that she wanted to wear his body parts and bathe in his blood, court paperwork said.
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Less than three weeks later, the victim called authorities to report receiving multiple threatening text messages from her, court documents said.
"Don't ever try to leave me... I'll kill you. I don't want to be a murderer", another message stated, according to officials.
According to the news outlet, Ades called herself the "new Hitler" in another text. They also found large a butcher knife in the front seat of her auto.
Ades is being held pending a court appearance later this month.
The most recent time that police responded to a call about her from a local business on May 4, when police were told that she was "acting irrationally and claiming to be the wife of the owner", police said.