Amanda Knox appeared on The Ray D'Arcy Show last night and spoke about her time in prison and how she was aquitted of the murder of her housemate Meredith Kercher.
30 year old Knox was convicted of murder in Italy in 2007.
She spent four years in prison before being acquitted in 2011. A retrial in 2014 saw her found guilty once more, only to be definitively confirmed to be innocent the following year.
However as she told her story, Ray asked her what support she had received whilst in prison.
Amanda replied saying "I got letters from lots of Irish people who said ‘of course they’re taking advantage of a vulnerable person and spinning it in a bad way, of course, we know about that. They even sent me rebel songs and everything, they sent me a cd of the 50 most popular ones."
Good morning, here is Amanda Knox singing a few bars of Come Out Ye Black and Tans on The Ray D'Arcy Show. What a world. pic.twitter.com/9h95YYT9kD— ⭐ amy o'connor ⭐ (@amyohconnor) February 4, 2018
Netflix made a documentary about her story and was released back in 2016.