Stalker tells Arizona man she wants to make sushi out of his kidneys

Jacqueline Ades
Jacqueline Ades Photo credit: Instagram

An American woman is being accused of stalking a man after sending him over 159,000 texts.

According to Phoenix Police records obtained by a public records request, Jacqueline Ades met her victim on an online dating service that caters to millionaires. 

After communicating via the site for a couple of days, they went on a single date. 

The man told police he made it clear to Ades he did not wish to see her again.

Ades continued to text him, and in July 2017, the man called the police when he found Ades outside his house, reports The Arizona Republic

She was escorted from the property by police. 

After that, the nightmare began.

Stalker tells Arizona man she wants to make sushi out of his kidneys
Photo credit: Instagram

 

Over the course of 10 months, Ades sent her unnamed victim over 159,000 texts. Among the texts were threats such as "I'd make sushi outta ur kidneys n chopsticks outta ur hand bones" (sic), The Arizona Republic reports.  

She also described herself as "the new Hitler", said she would "wear ur fascia n the top of ur skull n ur hands n ur feet" (sic). 

A fascia is a band of connective tissue that attaches and encloses internal organs and separates muscle. 

One chilling message read "oh what would I do w ur blood, id wana bathe in it".

Although she did not bathe in his blood, Ades did break into the man's house and bathe in his bathtub. 

The man was out of the country at the time, but saw her in his home via surveillance footage and called the police, The Arizona Republic reports. 

After a large butcher's knife was found in her car, police arrested Ades and later released her. However, she failed to appear in court and later turned up at her victim's work, saying she was his wife.

She was arrested and is being held without bond.

Ades faces charges of threatening and intimidating, stalking and harassment.

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