Bond reduction denied for woman in alleged stiletto stabbing murder

Ana Trujillo allegedly stabbed her University of Houston professor boyfriend to death

HOUSTON - A judge denied a request to reduce the bail of a Houston woman who is accused of killing her boyfriend with a stiletto heel.

Ana Trujillo is charged with the murder of her boyfriend, University of Houston professor Stefan Anderson. Police responded to a call back in June from Trujillo saying she was being beaten.

When police arrived they say they found Anderson dead. He had been stabbed more than 30 times with her stiletto.

Trujillo's bond will remain at $100,000.

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