‘Waiting to Be Heard: A Memoir’ Author Amanda Knox Enjoys Liberty At Seattle; Sings ‘Zombie’ In NYC

By Martin Suan | 2 years ago
‘Waiting to Be Heard: A Memoir’ Author Amanda Knox Enjoys Liberty At Seattle; Sings ‘Zombie’ In NYC
Amanda Knox sings “Zombie” by Cranberries in New York.

After an ordeal of being in jail and court appearances, Amanda Knox is finally enjoying freedom, singing “Zombie” of The Cranberries at a kareoke bar and celebrating her birthday a week ago. How is the “Waiting to Be Heard: A Memoir” author now? Read on for more details.

Latest updates about the very controversial Amanda Knox, nicknamed Foxy Knoxy, pointed to her blog post about the West Seattle Street Fair 2015. In her blog, she posted pictures of adorable dogs and talked about the experience.

“While there, in between running into old friends, eating ice cream, and trying on floppy hats, I found myself dog-watching as well. I tried to render their experience of the day, which seemed to be particularly characterized by the heat, smells, joy, and human feet,” Knox said.

Knox also celebrated her 28th birthday last July 9, holding a mug of coffee for breakfast at Bakery Nouveau, Seattle via a post in her Facebook account. Her boyfriend Colin Sutherland was also with her, though not seen in the photo, Daily Mail reported.

Amanda Knox was also seen singing “Zombie” by The Cranberries last May at a Karaeoke bar in New York, appreciating the freedom that she is experiencing after spending almost four years of imprisonment in Italy. Her life also inspired ABC to greenlight the “Guilt” TV series.

Knox made headlines for a couple of years after being wrongfully imprisoned in Italy for the murder of 21-year-old Meredith Kercher, her roommate. Kercher was found cruelly killed, stabbed to death.

Italian authorities investigated Knox and her boyfriend that time, 23-year-old Raffaele Sollecito. And after four days of investigation, the couple were arrested and convicted for the murder.

However, the evidence used against Knox and Sollecito were not strong. The two spent nearly eight years defending themselves and were acquitted.

Amanda Knox immediately returned to the U.S. after being freed. On March 27, 2015, the Italian Court of Cassation found them completely innocent. The case was dismissed.

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Photo source: Facebook/Amanda Knox

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