(Phoenix, AZ) -- A woman accused of sending 65-thousand text messages remains behind bars. Jacqueline Ades stood before a judge this week and pleaded not guilty to a mountain of charges including criminal trespassing and stalking. She's accused of going out on a date with a man from Paradise Valley, then sending him 65-thousand text messages, showing up at his business claiming to be his wife and breaking to the man's home only to take a bath. Ades agreed to remain in jail without the possibility of posting bail and is due back in court next moth.
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