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Jodi Arias trial: Older ex-lover testifies about boob job, anal sex, nude photos

An older ex-lover of Jodi Arias testified at her murder trial on Jan. 29, 2013 and spoke about her breast implants and sexual tendencies.
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On Jan. 29, 2013, Darryl Brewer, an older ex-boyfriend of Jodi Arias, testified for the defense at her murder trial regarding a number of topics, including her plastic surgery and her sexual tendencies. He also told the jury she enjoyed snapping nude photos of him without his knowledge as he slept and showered.

Arias is on trial for the murder of Mesa, Ariz. man Travis Alexander, her former lover.

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The Huffington Post reports that Brewer, now 52, met 22 year old Arias in 2001 when he was around 40.

According to Radar Online, Brewer, a single father, told the jury he was Arias' boss when she was a waitress at a California resort, but did not date her until he was no longer her supervisor. He said they eventually fell in love and he found her to be a caring, responsible woman.

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The two dated for four years and Brewer stated during that time he never saw Arias act jealous or violent.

Brewer testified that Arias obtained breast implants in 2005, around the time they purchased a home together in Palm Desert, Calif., reports the Post.

The two engaged in anal sex while dating, but in 2006 their sexual interaction stopped because she “was saving herself for marriage,” Brewer told the courtroom.

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According to the Post, Brewer testified that he believed Arias has snapped nude photos of him without his knowledge as he showered and while he slept.

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Radar reports that Brewer’s testimony was meant to portray Arias as a quiet, loving person, but ended up offering insight into some of her personal proclivities.

Her trial is slated to reconvene on Wednesday.

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