Jodi Arias may be serving a life sentence without parole for the grisly murder of her boyfriend, but her time behind bars has not been all doom and gloom, according to a recent jail phone convo.
Sounding in good spirits on the audio from her conversation with rapper and Arias supporter Kareem “Lefty” Williams, which was released by RadarOnline.com Tuesday, a cheerful Arias raved about jailhouse fajitas and her many entertainment options, bragged that she has not put on much weight and dismissed her many detractors as “haters”.
The 15-minute chat between Arias and Williams, who has recently released a music video about post-traumatic stress disorder and domestic violence that featured the convicted killer, took place on January 10.


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Arias was convicted in 2013 of first-degree murder in the 2008 slaying of her boyfriend, Travis Alexander, who was shot dead, stabbed repeatedly and had his throat slit at his suburban home in Mesa, Arizona.
After two separate death penalty juries were unable to decide whether Arias should be executed for her crime, she was handed a life term without the possibility of parole.
In April of last year, she was transferred to the Perryville Women’s Prison in Goodyear, Arizona, to live out the rest of her days in a 12-foot-by-7-foot concrete cell, furnished only with a bed, mattress, sink and toilet.

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