Discussion in 'Recently Sentenced and Beyond' started by SurfieTX, Jun 10, 2013.
She called 911 saying he was beating her, right? Was there any evidence of that? Weird, I'm not sure how you get the upper hand on anyone with stiletto heels?
This article says he was stabbed in the head with the heels.
Maybe this makes mroe sense..."Ana Lilia Trujillo answered the door to the apartment in Houstons Museum District after police were dispatched when a neighbor called 911, believing they heard someone being assaulted."
When I was a kid, I had to take a friend to the hospital, his girlfriend dropped him like a hot potato with a high heel, not racist here but I have seen many a black girls do damage with their heels, it is the first thing they go for.
I have never been able to wear heels that high - can't walk in them! But I looked at images and, yes, they look dangerous!Next time I need a hidden weapon, I know what to buy!
Even before I clicked on this, I knew by the TX prefix that this story had to be from Houston.
BTW, I am not laughing that she beat him, just at Woofie's knowing.
It's unclear who the luxury apartment belongs to. I'd like to know if he was trying to quit seeing her, putting her up in style, what she does for a living, was she drunk and been out partying in stilettos, etc. She's no spring chicken but he was quite a bit older.
The victim is Alf Anderssen a Professor at University Of Houston.
What the heck was going on up in there?
Here goes all ya need to know and then some about his job and salary.
Here ya go tv. It says it was his place. It's housing for people that work at UH.
They're still trying to determine the "relationship" between the two.
I think he went by Stefan
"According to a statement from the University of Houston, Dr. Andersson joined UH as a full-time research professor in December 2009. Dr. Andersson was conducting research in women’s reproductive health. Until February of this year, his research had been funded by the National Institute of Child Health and Human Development."
Jodi Aries all over again.
I'd rather NOT hear that name again, please. The woman already got 100x the coverage of most cases.
"Ana Trujillo allegedly admitted to stabbing her boyfriend with a stiletto high heel, claiming that she did it to defend herself."
They must not have been her favorite shoes...who could wear them after that?
Never mind, I was thinking like a normal person. We've seen several females with homicidal tendencies who would get a kick out of it.
A kick! Ha! (Snort) hehehe!
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"A prosecutor says a Houston woman accused of stabbing her boyfriend to death with her stiletto heel had been drinking tequila with him at a nightclub earlier.
...Prosecutor John Jordan told the judge the victim became angry at the nightclub after a man tried to buy Trujillo a drink. The defendant's statement says the victim became abusive at the condo."
That must have been an absolutely, horribly painful way to die. The problem probably first started with alcohol, then jealousy, maybe domestic violence or the threat of it. But the woman must have gotten really angry and went into overkill. It didn't take that much beating of the man with her shoe to defend herself. She must have kept attacking him long after he stopped fighting with her.
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