On Jan. 15, 2013, the Jodi Arias jury watched her cry, shake her hands, and pull her knees to her chest as she tells police one last lie about killing her former lover, Mesa, Ariz. man Travis Alexander.
“He was kneeling down in the shower, I don’t remember, I was taking pictures, and I don’t really know what happened after that exactly, except I think he was shot,” Arias said during the police interview taped in 2008.
According to ABC News, wearing an orange jump suit, Arias is seen rocking back and forth in her chair, placing her face in her hands as she cries.
“I was on my knees here and I heard this loud ring, I don’t really remember except Travis was screaming,” Arias told Mesa Police Det. Esteban Flores in the video footage.
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ABC reports that after a month of denying she was present at Alexander’s home during the murder, she finally admitted being there, but claimed two other individuals were as well. Arias claimed she never revealed other people had been there because she feared for the safety of her family.
“They didn’t discuss much, they just argued about whether or not to kill me because I’m a witness, of Travis, but I didn’t really witness it, I didn’t see much,” she said.
After Flores expressed disbelief in her story, Arias stated, “They got my license and registration. My parents address was on it.”
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.