Convicted boyfriend killer Jodi Arias can kiss those "contact" visits goodbye for the next six months.
The Arizona woman, who is serving a life sentence for murdering Travis Alexander in 2008, was punished for calling a guard a vulgar name on Feb. 3, the Arizona Republic reported Tuesday.
So instead of being able to meet face to face with visitors at the Perryville State Prison Complex prison, Arias will be separated from them by a thick wall of glass, the paper reported.
Arias got into trouble when she reportedly called the guard a "c--kblocker."
The paper reported Arias was miffed because the guard has denied her request for a hair cut.
Arias began serving her sentence in April after a sensational trial that drew international attention. She at first denied killing Alexander at his home outside Phoenix. Then she admitted shooting and stabbing him nearly 30 times, but said it was in self-defense.