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Houston, Texas is the fourth largest city in America. And somewhere in metro area, a woman does something so deadly it may give her life in the iron college. The woman is accused of murdering her boyfriend with a stiletto heel.
Ana Trujillo, 45 is currently in Harris County lockup over this one. It's gaining national attention.
She was in a dispute with her on-and-off boyfriend Dr. Alf Stefan Andersson over a nightclub fight.
Trujillo claims that Andersson got jealous when a guy hit on her. They continued this argument into their home and I guess this led to her stabbing him in the face, head and neck with her spiky heels.
The mother of two will now face justice on this one.
Houston metro police have discovered the man in a hallway with stab wounds. Trujillo called the law and when they arrived she answered the door covered in blood.
Now as trial begins, Trujillo may take the stand. She will claim that she's a victim of domestic abuse.
The Houston Chronicle reports that Trujillo stabbed the victim at least 25 times with a stiletto heel as she beat him to death last year.
"It looked like something out of a horror movie," Assistant Harris County District Attorney Sarah Mickelson told the jury of seven men and five women. "There was so much blood, the police officer thought Stefan had been shot in the face."
Mickelson said Andersson had been stabbed and was "beaten to bloody pulp."
Trujillo's defense team said a fight broke out because Andersson did not want Trujillo to leave town to visit her daughter. They said he believed Trujillo would end the couple's tumultuous relationship.
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Carroll said the couple had spent the evening drinking together and went to Andersson's Museum District condominium about 2 a.m.
"There was a life and death struggle that night," Carroll said. "And she did what she had to do."
Although investigators believe Trujillo used a stiletto high heel to stab Andersson, the defense said Monday it was a platform high heel.
The trial, in state District Judge Brock Thomas' court, is expected to last more than a week.