Amanda Knox has invited her ex-boyfriend Raffaele Sollecito, who was also acquitted of the murder of Meredith Kercher Monday, to visit her in Seattle for a reunion.
Knox is in hiding, and it sounds like Sollecito won’t be joining her — his father relayed the message that he just wants to be with his family right now.
Knox just got totally blown off.
But you know who’s not counting her out? Potential employers.
Vivid Entertainment, a porn company, was quick with an offer to Knox.
(Classy) founder Steve Hirsch wants to clarify that she does not need to get naked or have sex on camera unless she wants to. Hirsch just wants her to be their “spokesperson and represent the studio at trade and retail events.”
The other offer came from MOVIN 92.5, a Seattle radio station. They want her to come and work for them for a week and share her story, and they’re offering her $10,000 to help with legal fees.
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