There are stage five clingers — and then there is Jacqueline Ades. The Arizona woman was arrested for allegedly sending a man 65,000 text messages. The 31-year-old was charged with threatening, stalking, and harassing the victim after meeting on an online dating site and going on just one date.
According to a police report from the Paradise Valley Police Department, the incidents started all the way back in July 2017, when Jacqueline was found parked in front of the victim's home after he told her he didn't want any more contact with her. In December, police received another report that Jacqueline returned to the residence, but they were unable to locate her. She has also not stopped sending the victim threatening text messages — up to 500 a day!
Fast forward to April 8, 2018, and Jacqueline was spotted on his home surveillance video taking a bath inside his house while he was out of the country. She was arrested and charged with trespassing. Yes, she entered the man's home and decided to take a bath. (If that sounds familiar, you are clearly an Orange Is the New Black just like us.) And if that isn't scary enough, court documents revealed that Jacqueline was also found with a butcher knife on her passenger seat, Jezebel reported.
However, getting arrested did not stop the real life Lorna from showing up in front of her crush's business less than one month later, claiming to be his wife and acting irrationally. A few days later, on May 8, she was arrested again and charged with felony threatening and Intimidating, stalking, and harassment (a misdemeanor). We bet this man will never swipe right on Tinder again, assuming that was where they met.
In court documents, police detailed the thousands of text messages Jacqueline sent, included one that threatened, "harm may come to him." When questioned by police, she admitted to texting him daily and that she knew her statements were "crazy." Crazy just might be the understatement of the year — just look at her mugshot.