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Bizarre video shows Jodi Arias doing headstand, laughing during interrogation

Interrogation video from HLN shows Arias doing a headstand. Interrogation video from HLN shows Arias doing a headstand.
PHOENIX (CBS5/CNN) -

Minutes before being charged with murdering her boyfriend, Jodi Arias is seen laughing, joking and even doing a headstand.

Interrogation video shown on CNN's Headline News from July 15, 2008, shows the accused murderer acting strangely after being interrogated by detectives.

At one point during the video, Arias gets up from her chair, walks to the wall and does a 20-second headstand.

She can also be heard commenting about her lack of makeup.

"You should have at least done your makeup, Jodi, gosh," said Arias, referring to herself in the third person.

Arias even sings to herself.

The video was not shown to jurors. The trial resumes Monday.

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