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'At a certain point during the weekend we were talking about our family, our relationships,' he recounted.
'We just were looking at each other in the eyes and we started to laugh saying we didn't really know each other but all the people in the world are talking about us.'On the plate, there was my life or throw Amanda under the bus,' he said. She, along with Knox and Sollecito were studying at the city’s University for Foreigners.
“It may still be the case that, when I call Puget Sound Energy to set up a new utility account, I’m reminded that I’m ‘That girl in Italy?! Knox was definitively exonerated of the 2007 murder of her roommate, British exchange student Meredith Kercher, in March 2015. Still, not everyone is confident of her innocence, especially many residents in Perugia, Italy, where the murder took place.
The conversation came to the forefront once more when Netflix debuted the documentary Friday.
Knox had already spent two years in an Italian prison—and, as she has described it, what sounds like anyone's version of a personal hell—by the time she and Sollecito were convicted of murder and sexual violence in December 2009.
She was sentenced to 26 years in prison and Sollecito 25 years. "We are extremely disappointed in the verdict rendered today against our daughter," Knox's family said in a statement at the time.
The 2007 murder of Meredith Kercher in Perugia, Italy, which Knox was accused of, played out around the world.Now, Knox wants to help redirect the narratives of other women who have had their character tainted by the media.She sat down with polarizing female figures like Amber Rose, who wants to change the meaning of disparaging words like Knox could relate to Rose.American student Amanda Knox, one of Kercher's roommates, was convicted of the murder—as were the Italian man Knox had been dating at the time, Raffaele Sollecito, and Rudy Guede, a man originally from Ivory Coast who Kercher had met at their neighbors' place downstairs.But their arrests and that trio of guilty verdicts was only the beginning—and it's doubtful that , a new documentary that started streaming on Netflix Friday, will be the end."There are those who believe in my innocence and those who believe in my guilt.