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LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) -- A judge has denied a motion to exclude the sexual history of a man accused of killing another man in a love triangle.
Jeffrey Mundt is accused of killing his sex partner and drug dealer, James Carroll.
Mundt's defense attorneys wanted his sexual history to be excluded from his trial.
But the prosecution said some of that history may be relevant to the case, and the judge denied the motion.
Another man, Joseph Banis, has already been convicted of murder in the case and will be sentenced in June.
Mundt is set to go on trial in May.
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