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PHOENIX - The Jodi Arias murder trial is due back in session today and we could hear the most explosive details yet about how she allegedly killed her ex-boyfriend, Travis Alexander.
Arias admits killing Alexander, but in self-defense.
Since she’s been on the witness stand, Arias has told the jury Alexander used her, but at first she couldn’t say no to his advances.
"Eventually I did, I probably would have just let him keep going but it became too painful. After he left, I didn't feel very good, I kinda felt like a used piece of toilet paper," Arias testified.
She dropped a bombshell on the fourth day of testimony, saying Alexander was a secret pedophile, even catching him with pictures of boys
We’ve also heard intimate sex tapes of the two.
Arias claims Alexander was an abuser, obsessed with sex. But in one tape, she seems to like what he has to offer.
"I don't know I would really want to marry a return missionary or like you, somebody who could be freaky,” Arias said in a recording played in court.
Today we may finally get to hear about the day of the murder.
The prosecution is now waiting to cross examine Arias, after the explosive accusations about her former lover.
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