This is the woman who sent 159.000 messages to a man after the first date (pics)

This is the woman who sent 159.000 messages to a man after the first date

Not one, not two…

Not one, not two but over 159.000 messages were reportedly sent by a woman in Arizona to a man she met through a dating site within 10 months, after a single date.


Jacqueline Ants, who is accused of breaking into his home, was arrested in May by Paradise Valley police. Authorities at the time claimed to have sent 65.000 messages after their one and only appointment. However, police documents released on Friday show that the 31-year-old had sent much more.


According to the Arizona Republic newspaper, Ants's messages to the man, whom police do not name, allegedly became threatening after she tried to enter his home illegally in July 2017.

"I will make sushi with your kidneys and I will use the bones of your hands for chopsticks," she allegedly wrote to him. In another he had written: "What would I do with your blood! I would bathe in it. "


Police first became aware of the alleged harassment of Ants in July 2017, when the man claimed to have been texting him repeatedly, according to court documents.

In April 2018, officials found Ands bathing inside the man's home. He was then charged with burglary. Then, on May 4, she went to the man's job and claimed to be his wife. The police intervened again where they arrested her.

In an interview he gave from prison the same month, he told reporters that he met the man through Luxy, a dating site for millionaires.

"I felt like I met my soulmate and everything was exactly as it should be. "I thought we would do everything others do, but that did not happen," he said.