Paradise Valley, AZ – A 31-year-old woman has been arrested for stalking a man she met on a dating website. They had been on one date.
Police said the incidents began in July of 2017, when the victim called police because Ades was sitting parked in front of his home, according to a press release from the Paradise Valley Police Department.
Officers trespassed the woman and told her to leave, police said.
In December of 2017, the victim called police again about Ades sitting in front of his house, but she was gone before officers arrived, police said.
The man called police again on April 8 to report that he’d seen Ades inside his home on his security cameras, which he was monitoring while on a trip out of the country, the press release said.
When police arrived, they found Ades taking a bath and arrested her. Police found a large butcher knife on the passenger seat of her car parked outside the victim’s home, KTVK reported.
She was charged with trespass to a residence, a felony, and released after her initial court appearance, police said.
At that point, the victim told police that the text messages became threatening.
"Don't ever try to leave me... I'll kill you... I don't wanna be a murderer!" Ades wrote in one message, according to KTVK.
"I hope you die... you rotten filthy Jew," she wrote in another message.
She told her victim she wanted to wear his body parts and bathe in his blood in additional messages.
"I'd wear your fascia 'n the top of your skull 'n your hands 'n feet," Ades wrote. "Oh, what I would do w/your blood... I'd wanna bathe in it."
On May 4, Ades showed up at the victim’s place of business and claimed she was married to the owner, police said.
Scottsdale police officers responded to the scene and trespassed her from the business and sent her on her way.
But when the Paradise Valley PD learned of Ades’ shenanigans in Scottsdale, it all came to a head, police said.
Paradise Valley officers started looking for the woman, and arrested Ades on May 8.
She was charged with felony threatening and intimidating, felony stalking, and misdemeanor harassment.
Ades was booked into the 4th Avenue Jail on a failure to appear warrant from her original trespass case.
When questioned by police, Ades said that she sent text messages to the man all the time but he never responds. She told police she didn’t want to hurt the man because she loved him and threatened him so he would not leave.
The victim was out of the country when Ades was arrested but he told police he feared for his life when he returned, according to the police report.
Ades told police that she knew her texts were crazy and that once released from jail, she said she would return to Florida.