Amanda Knox is back in the news after an Italian court overturned her not guilty verdict in the murder case of Meredith Kercher and now “The Face of an Angel” has released a teaser trailer.
The forthcoming BBC Films project is a fictional adaptation of Barbie Latza Nadeau’s book “Angel Face: Sex, Murder and the Inside Story of Amanda Knox.”
She’s been through the legal ringer more times than she can count, and Amanda Knox is none too pleased that the Italian Supreme Court has found her guilty of murdering Meredith Kercher back in 2007.
The 28-year-old Seattle, Washington native chatted with Robin Roberts on “Good Morning America” today (January 31) to share her reaction to the Court of Cassation’s 28-year jail sentence.
Dealt a harsh blow after she thought her legal woes were behind her, Amanda Knox has been found guilty of murder.
After hours of deliberation at the Florence courthouse in Italy, two judges and six jurors sentenced her to 28 years in prison while her ex-boyfriend Raffaele Sollecito earned a 25-year-sentence.
She’s best known for her runway-walking skills and posing prowess, but Cara Delevigne is also an aspiring actress.
The lovely English model has reportedly snagged a role on “The Face of an Angel,” an upcoming film about Amanda Knox’s 2009 murder trial.
Now that she’s been exonerated for the murder of Meredith Kercher, Amanda Knox is looking to tell her side of the story.
And it sounds like she’ll get to do just that, as TMZ reports that Ms. Knox recently signed a book deal with a top literary agent in Washington DC named Robert Barnett.
She’s in the midst of a dramatic transition from life in an Italian prison to walking free in her hometown of Seattle, and Amanda Knox is still decompressing from it all.
According to a report, Knox was sexually harassed by the jail workers and at one point she was even falsely told that she was HIV positive.
It has been quite a week for Amanda Knox, having finally returned to Seattle following the reversal of her murder charges.
And according to Knox’s father Curt, Amanda’s boyfriend Raffaele Sollecito is expected to pay a visit to their home now that they’ve been released from prison.
She’s spent the past four years in an Italian jail after being convicted of murder, but tonight (October 4) Amanda Knox made her return to the United States.
The 24-year-old flew from Rome to London before boarding a flight to Seattle, Washington - where a press conference took place upon her arrival with swarms of media members converging on the locale.
She’s spent the past four years in an Italian jail after she was convicted of murder, but earlier today (October 4) Amanda Knox was rejoicing as she flew back to the USA.
The 24-year-old woman flew from Rome to London where she boarded a flight to Seattle, Washington after a Perugia court overturned her murder conviction.
Ready to find out her fate, Amanda Knox sat nervously while awaiting the reading of the verdict from her appeal on Monday (October 3).
All part of the highly-publicized challenge to her previous murder conviction, the 24-year-old took to the packed Italian courtroom in her jail attire while surrounded by police personnel.