The victim said she sent him threatening texts after that incident.
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.
Jacqueline Ades, 31, of Phoenix, was arrested on charges of threatening, stalking and harassment after allegedly sending thousands of messages - including one stating she wanted to bathe in his blood.
It added up to approximately 65,000 texts received by the Paradise Valley man in less than a year, according to court documents obtained by Tucscon's KGUN9. A butcher knife was found in her vehicle, The Arizona Republic reported.
According to the ABC 15 in Arizona, one of the messages allegedly stated "Don't ever try to leave me..."
When officers arrived at the home, the woman was taking a bath, police said. She also said she threatened him because she thought he reported her behavior to police.
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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.
The victim says he met her online and the pair went on one date more than a year ago, and now she won't leave him alone. Cops arrived and told her to leave.
She has no lawyer listed in court documents. "I'll kill you... I don't wanna be a murderer!" She also allegedly admitted to knowing her statements were "crazy". She was arrested Tuesday and charged with threatening and intimidating, stalking and harassment, according to the news release from police.
This woman did not just walk into a home that she wasn't invited to, but then she made herself right at home.
She was booked into the local jail based on a failure to appear warrant that was out for her because she missed her court date for the April trespassing charge.