Jodi Arias, who is currently serving a life sentence for killing Travis Alexander in 2008, has reportedly been visited in prison by new boyfriend Benjamin Ernst.

According to RadarOnline, the man spent an entire June weekend with the convicted killer at the Perryville Prison in Arizona. Prison records obtained by Radar revealed that his stay lasted for eight hours on June 15 and another eight on June 16.

Arias was found guilty in 2008 of stabbing Alexander 29 times, shooting him in the head and slitting his throat. She was eventually found guilty of first-degree murder, but the jury was deadlocked in terms of official sentencing. A second trial was then held, which ended with a hung jury. The presiding judge finally gave her life without the possibility of parole.

Ernst began visiting Arias, 39, during the aforementioned trial and has been a strong supporter ever since. Although the two are not married, Arias did try to come up with a plan in order to be granted the privilege of visits with Ernst.

"So, here's what he needs to do. If we marry, then he can petition a court to grant us visitation," Arias wrote to her mitigation specialist, Maria De La Rosa, while her trial was ongoing. As of yet, Ernst has not married her.

In 2016, Arias lost the ability to have visitors when she called a guard an explicit name in a prison yard argument, which was deemed a "disciplinary violation." However, according to Radar, the convicted killer's family had not made attempts to see her at the prison regardless of those rights being revoked.

Radar also obtained her shopping list from May to July 2019. One item on it was a 10-pack of "twin-blade disposable razors" on May 2. Another item found on the list was a pair of "five-inch scissors" that she purchased on May 9 and then again on June 13. Also on May 9, Arias gained access to "sheer bandages and dental supplies including floss."

As for her day-to-day life, the convicted murderer works as a library aide, where she earns a reported $.40 an hour. This marks a 10-cent pay cut from her last position in the prison.