The Jodi Arias phone sex tape played on Feb. 12, 2013 was a long listen for the jurors in the Arizona boyfriend killing murder trial, but cutting through the profanity and sexual talk for the nuggets of information that incriminate the suspect is possible.
Based upon the Jodi Arias trial livestream coverage on CBS5, here's the gist of what Jodi said that made her--not her dead boyfriend Travis Alexander--look like the initiator in the sex-fueled sessions.
First, Jodi started out mildly proclaiming to Travis that "I love it when you grab my butt." She let the Mormon know that she "likes to play" and that she "likes to be handled" during sex. And if Travis ever doubted Jodi's true intention--to get him to marry her--he got to hear it during the May 10, 2008 phone sex tape because she told him "I want to marry someone like you, who can be freaky."
Freaky is what she was getting in the phone sex tape recording that she made, allegedly with his knowledge. He talked about tying her to a tree and taking her from behind, and she said "that is so debasing. I like it." And in case he had some fear she wasn't open to new adventures, she reassured him, saying "I'm game for almost everything you come up with."
That pretty much shows that this wasn't the woman forced into freaky sex acts with a man who made her do it. Yet that's what Jodi tried to make jurors think last week during her testimony. During week six Arias portrayed herself as the virginal victim and Travis Alexander as a sexual deviant. But the Jodi Arias phone sex tape started heating up, showing that Jodi wasn't just open to ideas presented by her boyfriend, although she makes comments that show she was; she also wanted to present a few of her own. And that's where it gets obvious that Jodi Arias wasn't led around by force when it came to sex with Travis Alexander.
She told him she wished he was at her grandparent's house, where she was while recording the dirtytalk tape, and then she told him what she would do to him if he were, saying it would be a "big f--- fest."
Jodi Arias complemented her boyfriend on his anatomy, told him where she wanted him to put it, and what she thought she would feel when he did. And she basically grossed out most of the jurors and the courtroom audience in attendance, but they had to listen anyway. But most importantly, it appears that Jodi Arias helped the prosecution show by her testimony on that phone sex tape that Travis Alexander wasn't forcing her to stay and play. She was doing it of her own accord. And she kept going back for more.
Jodi Arias photo credit: Mstarz.com