That's more than 500 text messages a day.
But the truly odd 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. Last month, while out of the county, the victim spotted Ades in his home on home surveillance video. She also stated she had threatened the man because she thought he had reported her to police.
Ades allegedly proceeded to send the man alarming texts following the incident.
Ades, 31 - who authorities said had a butcher knife in her vehicle - was arrested but later released and never showed up for her court date.
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Ades allegedly started to send threatening messages to the man, including one when she said she wanted to bathe in his blood, according to the station.
When officers arrived at the home, the woman was taking a bath, police said. According to court documents, Ades was arrested for allegations of stalking, a class five felony.
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When confronted by police by the business, which is owned by the man she had been texting and whose home she trespassed, she told police that "she was married to the owner".
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According to investigators, she had met the guy online about a year ago but she won't leave him alone.
Police responded to a call Friday at the man's job where witnesses reportedly saw Ades acting hysterically and even claiming to be the man's wife.
Less than three weeks later, the victim called authorities to report receiving multiple threatening text messages from her, court documents said. They asked her to leave the premises and afterward, she began texting the man repeatedly. She also allegedly admitted to knowing her statements were "crazy". An Arizona woman is accused of doing just that.
She was booked into jail without a bond.
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