Hand-drawn artwork created by Jodi Arias, who is currently on trial for murdering her former lover, Travis Alexander, is being auctioned off on eBay to help pay her legal fees, according to a Jan. 11, 2013 Radar Online report.
The website discovered that her work includes an image called "Unity," which shows two women of different “ethnicities holding hands,” reports The Christian Post. At press, the price was up to $199.99 with two offers.
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Other pieces of Arias' work that have already sold on eBay for as much as $150, include faces of women named after the Zodiac, such as one of an attractive female with red hair entitled “Scorpio.”
Radar notes the money she garners will be used to pay for costs associated with her trial.
Arias, 32, is accused of murdering Alexander, 30, in 2008 by shooting him in the head with a gun police believe she stole from her grandmother, slashing his throat, and stabbing him 27 times. After police recovered a camera memory card with images including Arias dragging Alexander’s lifeless body along the floor, she admitted to killing him, saying it was in self-defense.