The latest in the bizarre case of a woman accused of stack her boyfriend, the murder weapon, her stiletto heels. She says he came after her and she fought back in self-defense. Rob nelson has the... See More
The latest in the bizarre case of a woman accused of stack her boyfriend, the murder weapon, her stiletto heels. She says he came after her and she fought back in self-defense. Rob nelson has the story. Reporter: Inside this houston high-rise building, prosecutors say a brutal and grisly crime unfolded. They say this woman, 44-year-old ana trujillo is facing murder charges this morning for alleged using her stiletto high heel tore repeatedly stab her on and off again boyfriend nearly 30 times, causing his death. He had wounds to the head and one and a half inch deep and 16 to 20 puncture woubds. Reporter: Alleged victim a respected medical research professor at the university of houst houst houston. Authorities say the couple was drinking together saturday night. They say she told them anderson became mad after another man offered to buy her a drink. It is our understanding they had broken up recently but remained friends. Reporter: Confrontation continued back in his luxury high-rise apartment where neighbors reported hearing a fate. Trujillo called police shortly before 4:00 a.M. And police found anderson's body face up in the hallway with the strault face up. She admitted hitting him but told them she was acting in self-defense. Answered the door with blood on her clothes hands. She had marks consi-- Reporter: Remains behind bars and her lawyer wants her to undergo psychiatric evaluations. Trying to get her stabilized mentally and emotionally before we go forward. Reporter: For "good morning america," rob nelson, abc news, new york.
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