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Jodi Arias’ trial just gets stranger by the day. In her latest testimony, she described her relations, sexually, with Travis Alexander in graphic detail.

Arias continued her bid to portray the slain devout Mormon as repeatedly demanding graphic acts from her despite his Church’s expected vow of chastity.

She admits killing Travis Alexander, a 30-year-old motivational speaker, back in June 2007, but said that “The simple reason is he attacked me.”

Alexander was killed after Arias shot him in the face, stabbed him 27 times and slit his throat – according to Arias, after she had to fight for her life.


Yesterday she claimed on the stand that hours after his 2006 baptism, Alexander performed an intrusive sexual act on her without permission.

Even though she admitted that she didn’t resist, she said it was “painful… it became too painful,” and afterwards that she “felt like a used toilet paper.”

The two continued to have sex after they broke up; on the same day as he was killed, police believe Jodi Arias nude photos were on his camera.

“It seemed like Travis kind of had a Bill Clinton version of sex … where oral and [deleted] are also sex to me, but not for him,” Arias explained.

“I felt little bit used. He gets a hotel room, I show up, we have sex, he’s not mentally present,” she claimed earlier when discussing their encounters.

“I kind of felt like a prostitute. I was more upset with myself.”

When Jodi told the jury that she had gone along with “Travis’ agenda” when it came to sex, one of his sisters shook her head and rolled her eyes in disgust.

Confused about her role in his life, Arias testified that Alexander called her his girlfriend “in front of some people but not others,” Jodi recalled.

When in private, she claimed, her boyfriend and lover referred to her by much more intimate nicknames, including  “porn star” and “Pollyanna.”

Travis’ alleged dalliances with other women also upset Arias, who “accidentally” read flirty messages on his MySpace and an e-mail from a married LDS woman.