Jodi's Pathetic Prison Life: Cold Blooded Killer Forced To Clean Toilets For Pennies, Eats Sardines
Jodi Arias has been hard at work scrubbing toilets, but the imprisoned murderer is getting docked 50 percent of her measly paycheck, RadarOnline.com has exclusively learned.
Travis Alexander's killer was recently given the job of porter in the Perryville Prison, where she is spending life behind bars for the brutal slaying. While she is cleaning the building, she earns a paltry 10 cents an hour!
Arias has racked up 244 hours on the job since she started the janitorial work in August, and that amounts to $24.40.
However, a source told RadarOnline.com that Arias was turning half of her salary over to the Alexander family.
Judge Sherry Stevens ordered Arias to pay the Alexanders $32,000 in restitution after the jury found her guilty of first degree murder of Travis.
So that leaves her with only $12.20 take home pay for the hundreds of hours of work she did.
What will she spend it on? The convicted murderer was previously exposed for buying an odd assortment of items from the prison commissary, including Beano, cans of sardines and zit cream.
Times aren't getting any better for Arias, because RadarOnline.com has also learned that her November 8, 2016, custodial assessment still found her the biggest risk in the prison!
Arias is a level 5 offender, meaning that she remains in "Maximum Custody." This classification is for "Inmates who represent the highest risk to the public and staff and require housing in a single cell setting," according to the Arizona Department of Corrections website.
"These inmates have limited work opportunities within the secure perimeter and require frequent monitoring. These inmates require escorted movement in full restraints within the institution."
As RadarOnline.com exclusively reported, Arias was slapped with a disciplinary violation after calling a guard a "c**k blocker." She was punished with 180 days of no contact visits, but RadarOnline.com has confirmed that she is now allowed contact visits.
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