Jodi Arias uses vulgar term, loses contact-visit privileges
PHOENIX — Jodi Arias, one of Arizona's more notorious criminals, won't be getting company in prison anytime soon.
The convicted murderer has lost the privilege of contact visits for six months after calling a state correctional officer a vulgar name, according to the Arizona Department of Corrections.
Arias was convicted in 2013 of the murder of her secret lover, Travis Alexander, who was found dead in the shower of his Mesa home in 2008.
He had been stabbed nearly 30 times, shot once in the head, and his throat was slit. Arias was quickly identified when police extracted photos from a... read more
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