On Tuesday's episode of "The Dr. Oz Show," the host will discuss the 2013 Jodi Arias murder case. During that episode, Travis Alexander's best friend, Chad Perkins, will speak out about the troubled relationship that he witnessed firsthand between Alexander and Arias in order to paint a more comprehensive picture of what transpired.

Currently, Arias is serving a life sentence without the possibility of parole after being convicted of first-degree murder. An autopsy later revealed that Alexander had received a gunshot wound to his head, over a dozen stab wounds, and other injuries at his Mesa, Arizona home on June 4, 2008.

In a series of sneak peek videos sent to International Business Times, Perkins discusses a confession that Alexander made to him before his death. 

"I understand that six months before he was murdered, he confided in you that there was a fatal attraction dynamic between him and Jodi Arias," Dr. Oz says to Perkins.

"Yeah. He didn't really tell me much about that. We talked on the phone a little bit and I asked like, hey, what's the deal with Jodi? How are you guys doing? He was like, I don't even want to get into it. I'll tell you about it later in person. But it's crazy, it's like a fatal attraction type thing," he tells the host. 

"He used those words?" Dr. Oz asks, to which Perkins replies, "He used those words, yeah."

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Additionally, Perkins reveals that he believes his friend was working on his spirituality prior to his murder. "I think religiously, I think the Jodi thing kind of knocked him off track a little bit he felt and he made efforts to get back on track and that's where he was a little bit before his death, he was trying to straighten up and fly right so to speak," Perkins adds.

As for what has hurt him the most about what transpired, Perkins says that "not seeing where he's going to end up" has been the most painful part. 

"He came from so much in such a short span of time, he really made something wonderful with his life," he states, adding, "He was just wonderful."

Crime correspondent Melissa Moore also discusses the brutality of the crime as "she's the tiny petite blonde" who carried out such a gruesome attack. When Dr. Oz asks why Arias would have done such a thing, Moore replies, "The motive was jealousy. So, he broke up with her and he was actually going on a trip to Mexico with somebody else, and so she became incredibly jealous."

As for what Arias' life is like now, it has been reported that she may be able to receive a new trial due to various factors that may have affected her last trial, including prosecutor Juan Martinez's alleged misconduct and Judge Sherry Stephens' inability to control the media interest around the case. At this time, it remains unknown whether or not Arias will be granted a new trial.

This episode of "The Dr. Oz Show" will air Tuesday, Nov. 26. Check your local listings.