Woman Claims Self-Defense in Stiletto Death

Ana Trujillo admitted she stabbed her boyfriend because he grabbed her.
0:36 | 06/11/13

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-- Houston woman accused of fatally stabbing her boyfriend with a stiletto heeled this claiming self defense and -- Trujillo was due in court this morning to be formally charge the victim. A university professor was found dead in his luxury high rise. With head wounds. For one man who knew Trujillo the gruesome crime was not a total surprise. Why he told me that if anybody ever -- with her. She pulled her -- -- -- given that this she's a strong woman I wouldn't want to get execute what may. While the boyfriend was identified as a research professor in the university of Houston's biology and biochemistry department.

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