Amanda Knox returned to Italy for the first time since she was imprisoned and later acquitted in the murder of her British roommate and later acquitted in the murder of her British roommate.
Knox, 31, was invited to speak at a conference organized by the Italy Innocence Project, which works to aid those falsely accused and charged.
On Twitter, Knox said Wednesday she is not doing interviews before her speech in Modena in the hope that her speech “will speak for itself.”
I’ve chosen not to do interviews in the lead up to Italy, in the hopes that what I will say in Modena will speak for itself.
That said, @manunderbridge & I did write this piece for @Medium about what happens when your life becomes someone else’s content.https://t.co/EBBRVr0gOz
— Amanda Knox (@amandaknox) June 12, 2019
She was accompanied by her mother and fiancee, and escorted by plainclothes officers. She kept her eyes down as she exited the airport and did not respond to reporters’ questions.