On Feb. 26, 2013, Jodi Arias testified under cross-examination that at times after she and Ariz. man Travis Alexander had sex, she “felt like a prostitute.” She is accused of murdering her former lover, but claims she killed him in self-defense.
According to ABC News, Arias told the jury that when “…he (ejaculated) and left afterward” she “felt like a prostitute,” but, when they "mutually went through things together" she said she did not have such feelings.
Prosecutor Juan Martinez attempted to dispute her testimony by bringing up her statements that she would often indulge Alexander in certain sexual fantasies so as not to hurt his feelings.
According to ABC, at one point during Tuesday’s testimony, Arias and Martinez got into a heated exchange when she said his demeanor was making her forget things. Martinez became agitated, asking, “…You can’t even remember what you just said?”
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Arias responded, “I think I’m more focused on your posture, your tone, and your anger,” which made the prosecutor even angrier, according to ABC.
Martinez said, “…You’re saying you’re having trouble telling us the truth because of the way the questions are being posed.”
Prosecutors argue Arias, 32, killed Alexander, 30, in cold blood as he showered in his Mesa home in 2008. He was stabbed dozens of times, his throat was slashed, and he was shot in the head. Arias admits killing Alexander, but alleges she was forced to do so in self-defense.