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Amanda Knox appears on NBC News Amanda Knox appears on NBC News' "Today" show in New York, in this image released by NBC on September 20, 2013. REUTERS/Peter Kramer/NBC/Handout  

Amanda Knox only offered $20,000 to do porn

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Taylor Bigler
Entertainment Editor

Amanda Knox was recently offered just $20,000 to star in a porn video, which seems incredibly low for a very attractive, internationally famous, alleged murderess.

As you may recall, Backdoor Teen Mom Farrah Abraham earned around $1 million for her video, Lindsay Lohan made the same amount for a nude Playboy photo shoot and Octomom got about $100,000 for her individual performance, which is gross to even think about.

Monarchy CEO Michael Kulich offered Knox just $20,000 for a “great opportunity” to shoot a pornographic movie with any actor of her choosing.

“As you may have read, and were most likely well aware of, the general consensus is you are absolutely smoking hot,” Kulich wrote in an email that was forwarded to the Daily Dot. “Since you came back into the headlines, our loyal fan base has been e-mailing us non-stop asking about you.”

Kulich also wrote that Knox would have the final say as to what sort of activities she would do on camera.

Earlier this month, Knox was found guilty (again) in an Italian court for the murder of her roommate Meredith Kercher. She was already found guilty once, only to have the verdict overturned and then overturned again.

Kulich helpfully suggested that Knox could use the $20,000 to cover her legal fees.

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