Trolls ask Amanda Knox if she’ll murder her baby and call her a wh**e, according to her.


Trolls ask Amanda Knox if she’ll murder her baby and call her a wh**e, she claims.

Amanda Knox was imprisoned in Italy for four years for a murder she claims she did not commit.

She was exonerated in 2015 and now works as a journalist and hosts a podcast.

The woman at the center of one of the most infamous murder investigations in history has spoken out about the abuse she’s faced since giving birth.

Amanda Knox, 34, gave birth to her daughter Eureka earlier this month after being wrongfully imprisoned in Italy in 2009 for the murder of her flatmate Meredith Kercher.

However, she and her daughter have been subjected to “vicious trolling” in relation to the infamous case.

“I want her to exist in a world that is much kinder to her than it was to me,” she told The New York Times.

“And I’m trying to figure out how I can help.”

I don’t want her to have the impression that she is Amanda Knox’s daughter.”

Ms Knox, who is now married to poet Christopher Robinson and lives in Seattle with him, is still embroiled in controversy over the assassination of her former friend Kercher.

She was found guilty of her murder, along with her Italian boyfriend Raffaele Sollecito, 37, and later drifter Rudy Guede, 34, in a student flat where they shared.

Ms Knox, who was dubbed “Foxy Knoxy” during the court case, has received horrifying trolling comments on recent Instagram photos of her and her newborn, including “are you going to murder your baby?”

“Too bad Meredith would never have the chance to be pregnant,” one user, known only as normalolala, wrote.

“The family of Meredith… if they see that,” said the same user in another post.

“How would you name the unborn child if she were to be female?” wrote carlozimmatore.

Ms Knox, who is now a journalist and podcast host, didn’t let that stop her from sharing her story in one of her most recent posts.

She admitted to struggling to “reclaim” her identity while holding her daughter, admitting that the photo she was referring to would be the one and only photo she ever posts online with her daughter to protect her from the abuse she has received.

In 2011, Ms Knox’s murder conviction was overturned.

A slander conviction for falsely accusing Congolese-born bar owner Diya Lumumba of the murder was upheld by the court.

Knox was exonerated after the court reduced her slander sentence to three years, with credit for time served.

The news is summarized on Brinkwire.


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