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Amanda Knox reveals her fairytale lifestyle on Instagram

Amanda Knox reveals her fairytale lifestyle on Instagram

Two years ago Ms Knox, 29, was exonerated for the 2007 murder in Italy of Meredith Kercher.

Her Instagram dates back to 2015 and features pictures of her with her cats, enjoying home cooked meals and more. Knox, originally from Seattle, Washington and her then-boyfriend, Italian Raffaele Sollecito, were initially convicted of the murder.

Amanda Knox is opening her life up to the world.

The 29-year-old from Seattle who was dubbed "Foxy Knoxy" by the tabloid press, spent nearly four years in an Italian prison following her conviction for murdering her roommate Meredith Kercher in Perugia in 2007, has made a decision to share her private life on the social media platform.

She's remained out of the public eye since then, but now her Instagram account has been made public.

After Knox returned to the United States, a higher court in Italy reversed the acquittal in 2013, sentencing her again to prison before she was cleared for the second and last time in March 2015.




One recent photo, taken in the Black Forest of Germany, shows Knox playfully dressing up as Little Red Riding Hood while a man in a wolf costume lurks nearby.

The account reveals a love of travel and her boyfriend, and particularly cats. She has also worked closely with the Innocence Project and other organizations that help the wrongly convicted.

Knox has been posting on the app since 2015, but only just started sharing all of her pictures with the public today.

Robinson, donning a wolf mask and a gray faux-animal-skin vest, slinks around behind her, with a menacing demeanor.

Since returning to the US, Knox has released a book and is a freelance journalist. In April, she posted a selfie of herself wearing a shirt reading, "It could happen to you".

The case drew a lot of attention around the world, leading to the popular documentary released by Netflix in 2016.


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