Amanda Knox is complaining angrily that the new Matt Damon movie “Stillwater” — a drama about a young American jailed in Europe for a killing she insists she did not commit — cashes in on her accept as true with ordeal.
Knox and her boyfriend Raffaele Sollecito were convicted of the 2007 raze of her British roommate Meredith Kercher in Perugia, Italy while the girls were college students there.
“Stillwater” director Tom McCarthy instructed Self-importance Ravishing magazine this week that his understanding used to be to “leave the Amanda Knox case behind.”
Knox, now 34, erupted Thursday in a series of tweets.
She took affirm with Self-importance Ravishing’s observation that the movie is “at present inspired by the Amanda Knox saga.”
Guede used to be convicted of the Kercher killing in a separate trial in Italy in 2008. He used to be sentenced to 16 years in prison.
Knox blasted what she characterized as McCarthy’s depiction of her position in the killing.