Jodi Arias, 32, was found guilty of first-degree murder on May 8, in the June killing of her former lover, Travis Alexander, in his suburban Phoenix home. Arias claimed it was self-defense and that he attacked her after a day of raunchy sex, but police said she planned it in a jealous rage. Arias faces a potential death sentence.
Everyone's favorite psuedo-hottie murderous sociopath was front and center in tonight's Family Guy season 14 premiere, titled, Pilling Them Softly. Mind you, in fairness, the Archie Bunker of the cartoon world also whiled away his time embarking on The Cinnamon Challenge—the majorly stupid and downright dangerous craze of onwards—so, go figure. As Popdust previously reported , the self-styled sex-pot narrowly managed to escape the death penalty earlier this year , thanks to a truly dumb jury member who believed Arias' murder victim, Travis Alexander, deserved all that he got, after watching a Lifetime movie about the former waitress. The woman's biased viewpoint ultimately led to a hung jury during the second attempted penalty phase trial, and subsequently resulted in the death penalty being removed from the table, and Arias being sentenced to natural life in jail by Judge Sherry Stephens. For those who are blissfully unaware of the horror that is Jodi Arias—the thenyear-old brutally murdered Alexander, her booty call Mormon motivational speaker salesman ex-boyfriend, in —after years of denials, she eventually copped to killing him , two years later, but argued that she slit his throat from ear to ear, stabbed him 29 times and shot him in the head, in self defense, after he subjected her to rough sex. Miley Gets Nekkid!
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The murder of Travis Victor Alexander was horrible. The pictures painted by the media with words were too gruesome for the public to ignore. The investigation of this murder also painted a picture.
By Lydia Warren and Louise Boyle. Jodi Arias hid her face and wept today as the court was shown sexually explicit photos of her with ex-boyfriend Travis Alexander just hours before he was brutally murdered. Detective Michael Melendez told the Phoenix court on Monday that he had recovered the deleted pictures from the victim's camera. Arias shielded her face with her hair and touched her eyes with a tissue as the prosecution showed jurors naked photographs of the pair taken around 1.