Jodi Arias Trial Live Stream WATCH ONLINE: Travis Alexander Personal VIDEO Shows He "Wasn't Violent Or Abusive," Says Friend
A friend of Jodi Arias' murder victim Travis Alexander shared a personal video of him to show that he wasn't abusive. Watch the video
The live court session for Jodi Arias' first-degree murder trial resumes on Wednesday for the 2008 Arizona killing of her ex-boyfriend Travis Alexander.
The trial can be watched via the free live stream below.
Famed psychologist Dr. Drew interviewed a friend of Alexander’s who shared a personal video of the murder victim that offers a glimpse of how he handled himself after he had a snowmobile accident.
Dr.Drew spoke with Alexander's friend, Clancy Talbot on his new show, HLN After Dark: The Jodi Arias Trial on Tuesday.
Talbot said she shared the video so that the public could see that Alexander wasn’t “violent or abusive in any way.”
“This film describes Travis to a tee,” Talbot told Dr. Drew. “Travis just flipped this snowmobile, he made light of everything. He was such a light, he was funny, he was an amazing person.”
Dr. Drew then aired the footage of Alexander who personally shared how he handled a terrifying snowmobile accident.
“So I’m driving yeah..and I’m hauling it up this hill and crap..and I said to myself, ‘self, you’re a man. You can go up this crap too,'” Alexander says in the video. “So I’m going like 80, 90 miles an hour. One leg up like that and hit this little ridge. This rolled like 4 times, then it rolled down the hill and so I grabbed it with one hand, pulled it back up," he explained. "Landed flat on the tracks, but now it’s flooded…won’t start. That’s how I roll. That’s how I do crap,” he jokes.
One of the show’s co-host asked Talbot if she’s ever witnessed Alexander when he was ever upset and she said she witnessed him being "frustrated" during a time she was away with him on a trip because Arias called him repeatedly.
“I’ve seen Travis upset and it was on a trip. Jodi just kept calling and calling and texting and texting and he was frustrated and irritated and the way he dealt with it was through humor,” Talbot said. “Everything with Travis, he would make a joke, he would break out in song…that’s just how he would handle it,” she explained. “He wasn’t violent or abusive in any way, he would just make light of it and laugh. That was Travis,” she added.
Watch the short video of Travis Alexander here.
Jodi Arias' murder trial will resume on Wednesday at 12:30 pm EST. Watch it live online here.