Jurors had to hear Jodi Arias pleasuring herself via a sex tape played in open court on Tuesday. CBS 5 provided livestream coverage of the court proceedings and audio recordings, and despite the graphic content the family of Travis Alexander decided to stay and hear it.
Arias appeared upset when the trial was delayed until 1:00 p.m. this morning, with one reporter stating that she was crying. She appeared to be crying in court once the sex tape began and jurors and the courtroom audience could hear her raunchy sex talk to the victim made prior to his death.
Graphic testimony to follow:
"I wish you were here. If you were here at my grandparent's house I'd shut the door and we'd just have a big f*%k fest," the suspect told her boyfriend during the audio recording. She then proceeds to begin doing things to herself sexually, and the jury hears her moans and groans as she climaxes by her own hand.
It is an allegation that one day earlier she had told the jury was the actions of her boyfriend instead, and with little boy photos lying around him, which she swore made her nauseous.
Jodi Arias sounded anything but sickened by the sex talk she engaged in and initiated with Travis Alexander during the making of a tape while they dated. In fact, she talks of wanting to participate in a sex act with him in which "you can just see a d!*k between two t!tts."
Maybe the most revealing comment the Arizona boyfriend killing suspect makes for the jury in the audio recording is that rather than being sickened and victimized by a sex-obsessed boyfriend--who she swears was so violent she felt the need to defend herself by shooting and stabbing to death--she liked what they did together sexually. And she even initiated talk and acts with him in this way.
The Arizona boyfriend killing suspect Jodi Arias was most likely crying on Tuesday morning because she realized that the judge was not going to allow her attorney to splice and dice the audio recording played before the jury.
She realized that the members of the court would get to hear that the image she painted for them as a defenseless and victimized female was as false as the testimony given by her to Arizona cops investigating Travis Alexander's murder.
And her comment during the recording that "I'm not trying to pressure you," when she sought to get him into a confrontation with another man he knew, hints at the possibility that Arias may have been leading Travis Alexander many times during their encounters, rather than him leading her. After all, she's the one who recorded this sex tape. Not the victim.
National Criminal Profiles Examiner Radell Smith has a degree in criminal justice and behavioral forensics and has successful experience in profiling unsolved homicide cases. For more updates from her in the Arizona boyfriend killing case click on the subscribe link at the bottom of this page and "like" her on Facebook.
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