Accused stiletto killer ordered to give up passport, follow curfew

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stabHOUSTON – She’s back.  We’re talking about Ana Lilia Trujillo, the woman notoriously accused of stabbing her boyfriend, Alf Stefan Andersson, 59, to death with a stiletto heel.

Wearing no heels Friday, Trujillo was in court just one day after she got released from jail on $100,000 bond.

But, Miss Trujillo isn’t exactly a free girl.

State District Judge Brock Thomas on Friday told Trujillo she has to give up her passport under terms for her release. She also has to wear a GPS monitor, stay in Harris County and follow a 9-6 curfew. And, let’s not forget about her upcoming trial for the June murder that could land her in prison for the rest of her life.

Trujillo’s attorney though, is arguing she acted in self-defense — adding that she was in a bad relationship with Andersson at the time, and he liked to drink…a lot, at least according to the defense.

“He probably was in AA and at times would become very violent,” said Jack Carroll, Trujillo’s attorney.

Unfortunately, the courts will never get to hear Andersson’s side of the story. We’ll just have to see which way the other shoe drops.