Amanda Knox seeks help from FBI after receiving death threats; Raffaele Sollecito wants nothing from Foxy Knoxy
Can Amanda Knox enjoy her life after being freed from murder charges? Being acquitted might have removed a big chunk from her emotional burden, but the after-shock of the case might forever haunt her. Find out the recent updates about this young American who was accused of killing her schoolmate in Italy.
According to Christian Today, Knox is already seeking help from FBI as she constantly receives death threats. Apparently, not everyone was happy about the final verdict of Italian Court and would like to seek revenge. After all, not everyone is convinced that she isn't guilty. Based from our last report, Foxy Knoxy is already studying martial arts. While there is no direct claim that she is studying Krav Maga for self-defense because of the threats, it is very timely that she is learning the craft.
One source revealed that Knox is now willing to help those who are also wrongfully convicted. She said that she understands that there is little support for those who became victims of such. She also admitted that her story will not have a happy ending. After all, no one can bring Meredith Kercher back to life.
Meanwhile, the once infamous couple is already taking different lives. Just so you know, they have been a couple for just weeks when the Meredith Kercher murder happened. Raffaele Sollecito is now ready to move away from Foxy Knoxy's shadow. He said he is happy for Knox and that he wants to be known differently, and not just Knox' boyfriend who took part in a gruesome murder.
Do you think Amanda Knox can live a normal life after being acquitted? Or will she face more controversies? Will death threats stop knocking on her door? And with all the emotional burden she has right now, can she still prepare for her upcoming wedding?