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17 May 2013 Amanda Knox has spoken out against the image of her kissing former boyfriend Raffaele Sollecito that earned her the name: 'Foxy Knoxy'. The notorious image w as taken as police searched the flat that she had shared with Meredith Kercher.
Following CNN’s Chris Cuomo’s sit-down interview with Amanda Knox in which he continuously called her personal sex life "freaky," critics of the show have accused Cuomo of having sexually harassed the 25-year-old.
In March, an Italian Supreme Court ordered that Amanda Knox be retried for murder. Italy doesn’t have double-jeopardy laws like the United States, which would prohibit retrial once a defendant has been found innocent or acquitted.
I'm afraid to go back' As she tries to articulate her next thought, Knox suppresses more tears. "It's really hard for me to talk to people about it...The sweeping interview reveals fascinating new details of a story that has been widely reported --
4 May 2013 Prisoner warder Angela Antonelli spent two years guarding Amanda Knox in Capanne prison It was a composed and polished Amanda Knox who last week appeared on prime time American television to publicise her long-awaited book. Gone was the
A primetime television interview and a new book have put Amanda Knox's experience of prison life in Italy back under the spotlight...Knox's memoir is a vivid personal account of the difficulties of prison life in Italy, complete with claims about
Now five-and-half years after life as she knew it evaporated in an instant, she is finally telling her version of events and revealing the moment of horror when the butchered body of roommate Meredith Kercher was discovered in their Italian villa.
It was the first sit-down, face-to-face interview Knox had done with a reporter, followed by other interviews about her book with People magazine and ABC News' Diane Sawyer...Her dream, however distant, of having Kercher's parents take her to visit
Amanda Knox has revealed that she wrote a letter intended to be sent to the family of murdered British student Meredith Kercher telling them: I'm not the one who killed your daughter. The 25-year-old American, who is facing renewed accusations that
I'm sorry for your loss, and I'm sorry it's taken me so long to say so...I'm a sister too and I can only attempt to imagine the extent of your grief. In the relatively brief time that Meredith was part of my life, she was always kind to me.