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Amanda Knox Heads To Toronto To Promote Murder Documentary Based On Her Trial

Kaitlan Collins White House Correspondent

Amanda Knox caused quite a stir when she flew into the Toronto airport Friday morning to attend the International Film Festival.

Amanda KNox

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The Seattle native, who is now 29, was accused and acquitted of murdering her roommate Meredith Kercher when the two roomed together in Italy in 2007.

This is what she looks like now.

Amanda KNox

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Amanda KNox

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Knox was accompanied by her boyfriend Christopher Robinson, who was dressed in baggy leopard-spotted pants and a jacket with Knox’s name embroidered on it.

Knox is at the festival to help promote the new Netflix documentary that focuses on when she was the prime suspect in Kercher’s death.

Amanda Knox

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Amanda Knox

(Photo: Getty Images)

“Amanda Knox” is available on Netflix starting Sept. 30.

Amanda Knox

(Photo: Getty Images)

Amanda Knox

(Photo: Getty Images)

Knox was initially sentenced to 26 years in prison for the murder of Kercher when she was 22 years old. Her co-defendant — and ex-boyfriend — Raffaele Sollecito was sentenced to 25. Both were acquitted in 2011 after four years in prison.

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