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Jodi Arias files restraining order on Sheriff Arpaio & Nancy Grace

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Sheriff Joe Arpaio says the suit is an attempt to get attention. Sheriff Joe Arpaio says the suit is an attempt to get attention.
Anchor Nancy Grace is also named in Arias's suit. Anchor Nancy Grace is also named in Arias's suit.
PHOENIX (KSAZ) - Convicted killer Jodi Arias says she got hepatitis C from a needle used to give her a shot at Sheriff Joe Arpaio's jail.

Arias also says that he leaked private information to news anchor Nancy Grace.

Now she's filed a restraining order against both Arpaio and Grace.

According to TMZ, Jodi Arias claims she got hepatitis C from a needle used in Sheriff Joe Arpaio's jail, a needle that was used to give her a tuberculosis shot.

The sheriff says she's just trying to get attention as she waits behind bars to learn her punishment.

"I know that she wants publicity and the only way she can get publicity is to go after this controversial sheriff, and she's won because I am talking to you," said Sheriff Joe Arpaio.

She also says that Arpaio intercepted sexual letters sent between her and Travis Alexanders cousin. Arias accuses Arpaio of leaking those letters to news anchor Nancy Grace, who allegedly used the information on TV, claiming Jodi and the cousin were going to get married.

"The only real connection I had with her when I sent my detectives to New York to catch a guy who was gonna kill her and brought the guy back here, and he's in my jail. Well, me personally I'm not gonna be near the letters, we have a system to look at the letters when we go out she probably used a legal reason no I don't know about letters," said Arpaio.

Arias continued with accusations that she was denied medical care after her left silicone breast implant leaked. She claims the leak lead to a fungal growth and that the Sheriff keeps cameras in her cell.

"We don't have cameras in her cell, come on," he said.

Arias filed for restraining orders against the sheriff and Nancy Grace so they cannot invade her privacy as she heads into the penalty phase of her case.
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