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Jodi Arias unplugged: bizarre behavior caught on video

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By Adam Housley, FOX News - Bio

PHOENIX -- We're getting a bizarre glimpse at Jodi Arias' behavior -- when she thinks no one's looking. New video has been released of the woman on trial for the death of her boyfriend.

She spent an unprecedented 18 days on the stand, answering hundreds and hundreds of questions, many of them from jurors skeptical of her story, but nobody has seen Arias like this.

Just minutes before being booked, Arias was caught on video more worried about her makeup than being charged with the grisly murder of Travis Alexander -- a far cry from her interrogation just 15 minutes earlier.

"It's not fair.  How many times was Travis stabbed?" asked Arias.

After lying to police for four hours about the killing, Arias begins to sing -- literally.

About what else? Memory.

Ironic lyrics, given her many memory lapses during the trial.

But what comes next is the most bizarre behavior yet from the woman who now says she shot Alexander in the head, stabbed him 27 times and slit his throat ear to ear in self-defense.

A glimpse into the mind of Arias, who is now dead serious when she says a jury should believe her story and spare her life.

Another highlight which you don't see is when a detective walks back in the room, Arias walks away from the camera, and you hear the click of handcuffs, as she's taken into custody.

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