Interrogation shown in Texas shoe stabbing case

April 2, 2014
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Prosecutor John Jordan does a crime scene demonstration, using a dummy, during the trial against Ana Trujillo Tuesday, April 1, 2014, in Houston. Trujillo, 45, is charged with murder, accused of killing her 59-year-old boyfriend, Alf Stefan Andersson with the heel of a stiletto shoe, at his condominium in June 2013. Defense attorney Jack Carroll, center, and crime scene investigator Christopher Duncan are shown in the background. (AP Photo/Houston Chronicle, Brett Coomer ) MANDATORY CREDIT.

HOUSTON (AP) — A Houston woman accused of fatally stabbing her boyfriend with her stiletto heel told police that her boyfriend became obsessed with her and was mentally abusive.

Ana Trujillo (troo-HEE'-yoh) is charged with murder in the death of 59-year-old Alf Stefan Andersson.

Investigators say Trujillo struck him in the face with her shoe at least 25 times during an argument at his Houston condominium in June.

Trujillo's attorney says the 45-year-old woman was defending herself while being attacked by Andersson.

On Wednesday, jurors in Houston watched a video of Trujillo's police interrogation about the night of the slaying.

In the video, Trujillo tells detectives she loved Andersson but that he would drink heavily and berate her. In previous testimony, Andersson's friends described him as kind and mild-mannered.