Amanda Knox has made her Instagram public.
“Well, I made my Instagram public,” she wrote on Twitter on Tuesday. “No more hoarding all my amazing cat videos.”
Knox, 29, was convicted in the much publicized 2007 death of her roommate Meredith Kercher in Italy. Knox’s murder conviction was acquitted in 2015 after spending almost four years in jail.
She posted pictures of a fairy tale-themed photoshoot in Germany’s Black Forest. She is dressed as Little Red Riding Hood and her boyfriend is dressed as the Big Bad Wolf.
According to PEOPLE, Knox travelled to Europe but didn’t go back to Italy. She posted several photos from that trip.
The Seattle native posted a selfie in April of her in a shirt with the phrase “it could happen to you” and an illustration of handcuffs. The caption referenced Brian Banks, who served years in prison for a rape he didn’t commit.
Knox is a supporter of the Innocence Project and other efforts to help the wrongfully accused, according to PEOPLE.
Knox wrote in an op-ed for CNN in 2015, “The victims of wrongful conviction are deserving of justice and help. The dedicated persons involved in Innocence Projects throughout the United States, and now throughout the world, provide the necessary resources for those wrongfully convicted to be set free.”
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