Her video calls and visits have come to an end at the Estrella Jail after she was accused of misconduct.
But just because she can't get her message out, it doesn't mean people aren't trying to get messages to her.
Including teenagers at a Boys and Girls Club in Hawaii.
A woman who works at the club decided she wanted to teach teenagers lessons about domestic violence victims, and decided to use Arias as an example.
In those videos, the teens express their love and affection for the convicted murderer.
Video taken by a worker at a Boys and Girls Club in Hawaii shows young people voicing their support for Arias, who they appear to be told was a victim of domestic violence.
The videos were then shared on the website JodiAriasIsInnocent.com
Then workers name is Jill Delos Santos, and her Facebook Page lists four different Jodi Arias Support Sites as likes. The director of the club told FOX 10 that he was aware Delos Santos shot the videos but was not aware how they were going to be used.
The person who shared the videos with FOX 10 said they were played for Jodi over her recent video visits; we don't know if any of the kids parents were aware they took part.