Amanda Knox returns to the public arena. Knox, who was investigated, imprisoned and later exonerated in the case of her roommate, Meredith Kercher, murdered in Italy, has released her Instagram account.
After two years of creating it - giving limited access to the rest of the users of that social network - Knox, today a freelance journalist, announced via Twitter that his Instagram account is no longer limited, she explained to People magazine. "What's going on? I converted my [Instagram account] public,”confirmed the young woman.
In it, which has more than 1,500 followers, Knox appears with her boyfriend Christopher Robinson, several of her friends, family members and even her cats, according to People.
In one of the photos reviewed by the note, Knox appears in a red cape, in the style of the children's story The Little Red Riding Hood, while her boyfriend appears dressed as the wolf. The image has as its location the Black Forest in Germany.
Also, another image shows the columnist of the West Seattle Herald with a T-shirt that reads: "This can happen to you", with a drawing of some handcuffs, a message that recalls what happened to Knox in Italy. Even in the description of her profile on her Twitter account, the author of the book Waiting To Be Heard describes herself as “exonerated”. People say Knox has been supporting the Innocence Project and other projects that help free prisoners who have been wrongly accused.