Four years after the murder was released, a whiny Amanda Knox returned to Italy to complain of her ordeal. The media blasted her for being a "smart, psychopathic, drug addicted whore".
She said she was guilty of killing her roommate before she ever entered a courtroom.
fantasies, fears and moral judgments, "she said on Saturday.
"The dirty, psychopathic ogre Foxy Knoxy.
31-year-old Knox spoke at a criminal justice conference at the University of Modena in northern Italy.
She said she was back in the count ry scares her.
"I'm afraid of being harassed, being trapped," she said. "And I'm worried that new allegations will be made just because I came here to deliver my version of the facts."
In 2007, Knox was convicted of the brutal murder of her British roommate Meredith Kercher in the city of Perugia. Knox was 22 at the time.
She spent four years in prison, repeatedly insisting on her innocence.
After a rollercoaster ride On her journey with two convictions that were later rejected, in 2015 she was finally released from the cruel murders.
The convictions of her then friend Raffaele Sollecito were also lifted.
Born in Côte d'Ivoire, Rudy Guede is now serving a 16-year prison sentence for murder. His conviction was based on DNA evidence after his blood-stained fingerprints had been found on Kercher's bed.
Knox received $ 21,000 in January after the European Court of Human Rights ruled that she had not held a fair trial.
She once vowed to return to Italy, but agreed to attend the conference, sponsored by the Italian Innocence Project and the Criminal Bar Association in Modena.
"Many people think I'm crazy to come here," she said, inviting them to speak. Her lawyer called her "inappropriate".
The former exchange student cried several times during her 40-minute speech, saying the media invented a "false and unfounded story" that she never considered innocent.
"It's easy to see what we want to see," Knox criticized the media and prosecutors for reducing criminal cases to "black-and-white stories populated by demons and saints."
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