A courtroom drawing allegedly made by accused murderer Jodi Arias is being auctioned off on eBay.
Arias, a 32-year-old aspiring artist and photographer is accused of shooting Travis Alexander in the face, stabbing him 27 times and slitting his throat in the shower of his Mesa apartment in June 2008.
The drawing, which Arias allegedly sketched on a piece of lined paper on Jan. 9 during her murder trial in Phoenix, was posted by an eBay seller known as OffTheWallClothes. The black-ink artwork shows a girl's face that the seller says is Snow White with a black eye. There are also a heart, a pentragram and the Eye of Providence, which is the name for the symbol of an eye inside a triangle, on the piece of loose leaf.
The item was available in a one-day auction ending Jan. 30 and had an opening bid of $250.
The Huffington Post has been unable to verify whether the drawing is indeed the work of Arias, and the seller has not responded to an interview request.
The seller claims on eBay that someone in the Arias camp sent it.
"There is a heart that looks broken & what I am told are Mormon symbols and Snow White (with a 2 tears on face) with a black eye which I have no clue what that means! (sic)" the seller posted on the page.
This isn't the first time Arias' artwork has been auctioned on eBay. Her supporters have raised $1,019.98 since Jan. 10 by auctioning seven colored-pencil drawings she supposedly has created since her 2008 incarceration.