Amanda Knox

Birth Day July 9th, 1987
Birth Place Seattle, Washington
Age 36 Years Old

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Amanda Marie Knox famed as Amanda Knox is an American woman who spent almost four years in an Italian prison following her conviction for the 2007 murder of Meredith Kercher. Kercher was a fellow exchange student who shared her apartment. She was definitively acquitted by the Italian Supreme Court of Cassation. The European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) ordered Italy to pay compensation on 24th January 2019 of 18,400 Euros (US $20,800) to her for violating her rights in the hours, not providing either a lawyer or a competent interpreter, after her arrest in Perugia. Knox and her then-boyfriend were accused and charged with the murder of Meredith Kercher and served almost four years in an Italian prison. In the year 2011, she was released after the second trial. The Supreme Court of Cassation first proved them guilty of murder in January 2014 but acquitted them of murder in the final decision in March 2015. In December 2017, Facebook Watch announced that Knox would be hosting a show, The Scarlet Letter Reports, produced by Vice Media on its service. Moreover, Know also became an author, an activist, and a journalist. 

What is the age of Amanda?

Amanda celebrated her 31st birthday on 9th July as of 2018. 

When and Where was Amanda Knox born?

On 9th July 1987, Amanda Knox was born in Seattle, Washington with three younger sisters. Her nationality is American and her ethnicity is White. Her religion is Christian and her horoscope sign is Cancer. As per her education, she graduated from Seattle Preparatory School in the year 2005. She studied linguistics at the University of Washington, where she made the university's dean's list in 2007. She worked at part-time jobs to fund an academic year in Italy. She was born to a father named Curt Knox and a mother named Edda Mellas. Her father is a vice president of finance at the local Macy's and her mother is a mathematics teacher. Her parents were divorced when she was a few years old. Her stepfather, Chris Mellas, is an information technology consultant. Her other early life details will be added soon. 

How tall is Amanda Knox?

Amanda has a tall height of 5 ft 5 in or 163 cm. Her weight has not been revealed yet. Her bra size is 40B and her dress size is 6. Her breast size is 35 in, waist size is 25 in and hips size is 35 in. 

Who is Amanda Knox's husband?

Amanda Knox is not married yet but she is engaged to Christopher Robinson in the year 2018. They first met at a book launch event. When they first met, Robinson did not know who Knox was. There is no more information regarding her personal life. 

What is the net worth of Amanda Knox?

The exact net worth and salary of Amanda Knox is unknown but we will add it very soon. The European Court of Human Rights ordered Italy to pay compensation of 18,400 Euros for violating her rights in the hours after her arrest in Perugia. 

How Meredith Kercher died?

  • Kercher was a fellow exchange student who shared her apartment with Knox.
  • She was murdered in her home. 
  • On 1st November, it was a public holiday and the Italians living in the house were away. 
  • She was alone in the house when she returned at 9 pm that evening. 
  • Knox called Kercher's phone which she kept in her jeans and could always be reached on, but the call was not answered. 
  • Knox then called Romanelli one of the two Italian trainee lawyers she and Kercher shared the apartment with. 
  • Knox and Sollecito then went to Via Della Pergola 7, and on getting no answer from Kercher unsuccessfully tried to break in the bedroom door, leaving it noticeably damaged. 
  • Knox then called her mother and was told to contact the police as an emergency. 
  • Sollecito called the Carabinieri getting through. 
  • Police telecommunications investigators arrived to inquire about an abandoned phone, which was, in fact, Kercher's Italian unit. 
  • Romanelli arrived and took over, explaining the situation to the police who were informed about Kercher's English phone, which had been handed in as a result of its ringing when Knox called it.
  • On discovering Kercher's English phone had been found dumped, Romanelli demanded that the policeman force Kercher's bedroom door open, but they did not think the circumstances warranted damaging private property. 
  • The door was then kicked in by a friend of Romanelli, and Kercher's body was discovered on the floor. 
  • She has been stabbed and died from exsanguination due to neck wounds.
  • On January 24, 2019, the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) ordered Italy to pay compensation to Knox for violating her rights in the hours after her arrest in Perugia. Italy was ordered to pay Knox 18,400 Euros (about US$20,800) for not providing her with either a lawyer or a competent interpreter when she was first held in custody.

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