An Arizona woman named Jacqueline Ades has been arrested for breaking into the home of a man with whom she went on a single date last year.
This illegal act took place after she sent him approximately 65,000 texts over the course of several months, according to authorities.
You didn't misread that. Officials have confirmed Ades would sometimes fire off as many as 500 text messages in a single day.
And we know what you're thinking:
What the what now?!? And you thought that stalker who thought Rihanna would willing sleep with him was a bit off his rocker.
The name of the man at the center of this text message flurry is unknown at the moment, but court documents state Ades met him on a dating website at some point last year.
The pair went out just one time. According to a local ABC affiliate, the harassment began shortly after this outing.
The Paradise Valley Police Department reported that it had received four calls about Ades either entering the man's residence or his place of business between July 2017 and this month.
In April, the man called 911 because he could see via surveillance video that Ades was in his house. When police arrived the scene, she was taking a bath.
A butcher knife was later found in her car. Ades was taken into custody and charged with felony trespass to a residence.
Upon her release, she allegedly sent a text message to the man that read:
"Don’t ever try to leave me ... I'll kill you ... I don't wanna be a murderer."
On May 4, police responded to a call from a business owned by the man because Ades was "acting irrationally and claiming to be the wife of the owner."
She now faces felony charges of stalking and threatening and intimidating, as well as a misdemeanor count of harassment.
In an interview from an Arizona jail house late last week, Ades didn't deny that she had been in constant, one-sided contact with the man.
"I felt like I met my soulmate and I thought we would just do what everybody else did and we would get married and everything would be fine," Ades said.
Why did she send him so many messages?
"Loving him selflessly brought me his information," she explained. "Because everybody just wants to take. But if you just give and you don't stop giving, you will all of a sudden receive a lot."
Why did she call him a "filty Jew" and reference "Hitler" and seemingly threaten his life on many occasions?
Ades often told reporters they had "negative energy" when they posed such questions, eventually adding:
"I have to share the message of love. Everybody has to love each other."
Ades is scheduled to appear in court May 15. She is being held without bond.