Woman Accused of Stalking Man After Date Sends Him 65,000 Texts

A woman accused of sending a man she met on a dating app some 65,000 texts that included threats on his life says in a jailhouse interview that she has some regrets. Jacqueline Claire Ades, of Phoenix, told KPHO that she believed she'd found her ideal match before allegedly threatening to kill him, wear his body parts and bathe in his blood. Ades, 31, is also accused of breaking into the man's home and showing up at his workplace, claiming to be his wife.