PHOENIX -- One thing we've learned from the Jodi Arias murder trial is to expect the unexpected when she is in court.
Thursday, Arias had a huge smile on her face during a hearing about the next stop for her murder trial.
Apparently this is the reason why:
According to a spokesman for the Maricopa County Sheriff's Office, a man named Johnny was in court with the Arias family.
He was blowing kisses and winking at Arias, attempting to communicate with her.
Deputies asked the man to stop, however, he became argumentative.
Deputies warned the man that if he did not stop he would be asked to leave the court room.
The man stood up and blew another kiss to Arias.
He was then escorted from the court room without further incident.
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