Amanda Knox makes Instagram feed public

Knox, now a writer, became a household name during an investigation into student Kercher's death in 2007, who was her roommate while studying in Italy. No more hoarding all my awesome cat videos.

We all know the name, Amanda Knox spent nearly 4 years in an Italian jail following the 2007 murder of Meredith Kercher.

Amanda Knox made her Instagram on public on Wednesday, showing off her love of travel, cooking and her new boyfriend. "Check them out at", she wrote on Twitter.

A little over two years after she first started it, Amanda Knox has made her Instagram account public, and there are some very interesting, and very creepy pictures in here.

The American from Seattle, Washington and her then-boyfriend, Italian Raffaele Sollecito were initially convicted in Kercher's murder - but were later acquitted and released in 2011.

In a couple of the photos, Knox is dressed like Little Red Riding Hood, and her boyfriend, Christopher Robinson, is dressed as the Big Bad Wolf.

Other recent posts show Knox's travels in France and Germany with Robinson as well as scenes from her life in her hometown of Seattle. She has also worked closely with the Innocence Project and other organizations that help the wrongly convicted.

Numerous snaps show Knox with her new boyfriend Christopher Robinson.

The exoneree doesn't shy away from sharing photos that reveal her past.

In one snap, Knox lays out more than a dozen books on a table on the topic of criminal justice.

One image shows her wearing a black t-shirt that says, "It could happen to you", referring to her time spent behind bars.

The now-exonerated Knox was the subject of a Netflix documentary that examined the case.

Knox's new boyfriend is a common feature of her posts. Another photo shows a padlock the couple attached to a bridge in Paris with their initials - AMK and CGR - written on it.

  • Salvatore Jensen