Jodi Arias’ reported jail house tweets
Jodi Arias, the woman at the center of the murder trial that has captivated national audiences since the beginning of the year, is reportedly tweeting … from jail.
According to MyFoxPhoenix Arias has been communicating with hundreds of followers via Twitter as @JodiAnnArias. She has commented on everything from her artwork appreciating in value since Ebay refused to sell it to pointed comments at the prosecutor in her still ongoing murder trial
“Hmm… Anger Management problems anyone?” Jodi allegedly tweeted April 5, presumably referring to prosecutor Juan Martinez who is notorious for his aggressive style of examining witnesses.
She continued her apparent online attack of Martinez, writing: “Those afflicted with Little Man’s Syndrome taint society’s perception of genuinely good men who happen to be vertically challenged.”
According to Fox 10 News, the Twitter account is managed by Arias’ friend Donavan Bering who told reporters that she speaks with Arias on a daily basis and updates the account with new messages from Arias.
As this story grows, so does the number of Arias’ Twitter followers. She now has over 3,500.
Arias is accused of murdering her ex-boyfriend Travis Alexander in a jealous rage. Defense attorneys, however, say that she was attacked by an abusive ex and she was forced to defend herself.
Alexander was found dead in his Mesa, Arizona apartment on June 9, 2008. He had been shot in the head, stabbed 27 times, and his throat was slit.
Arias originally told authorities that she was not at the apartment the day Alexander was killed but she changed her story when authorities found naked photos of Arias and Alexander together at the apartment on the day he was killed and Arias’ bloody hand print at the scene.
Arias then concocted a story about two home invaders that came into the apartment and killed Alexander. Now Arias has testified under oath that she killed Alexander, but it was in self-defense.
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Ryan Kerns, Esq., Wild About Trial
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