Ades allegedly piled up her love interest's inbox with thousands of text messages, sometimes 500 a day and many laced with threats. " Ades said on Thursday when a reporter asked her about the number of messages.
"To me it seemed like more.""Isn't that kind of excessive? man was a genius," she allegedly wrote on another occassion."I'd wear ur fascia n the top of your skull n ur hands n feet," she allegedly added in another message.
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When police reported to the home, they found her at the residence.
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"Where the rich men meet the pretty girls."After the initial encounter, Ades allegedly began harassing the man with messages beginning last summer, police said. In her comments to reporters this week, Ades rambled from topic to topic, jumping from Einstein to astrology, Atlantis to the Illuminati. And if he doesn't like it, I'll go home and I'll love my ex-boyfriend.""Do you think you're a danger?
On April 8, the individual contacted police while he was outside the country. When pressed about her actions, she repeatedly refused to discuss the allegations against her."I don't want to talk about that," she said whenever confronted about her behavior. You have negative energy."Ades did, however, claim she was no threat to her alleged victim."No!