Sex And Hugs With ‘Grilled’ Amanda Knox
Amanda Knox’s prison sex ordeal – She tells of guard’s grilling
Is grilling a new kind of sex between bars?
“Foxy Knoxy plays the field from her jail cell with new romance”
Back then we learnt of a line in Knox’s letter to her former boyfriend Raffaele Sollecito, in which she wondered:
“Do you think they would let us hug each other when the judge absolves us?”
Now the Sun tells us:
FREED Amanda Knox was repeatedly questioned in intimate detail about her sex life by a male guard while in jail.
Screws by names…
Knox kept a diary of her time at Italy’s La Capanne prison near Perugia . She wrote:
“I was scandalised when I realised he wanted to talk about sex. He was fixed on the topic of sex — who I’d done it with and how I liked it.”
Did he work for the tabloids?
“When I realised he wanted to talk to me about sex, I would try to change the subject.”
When approached by The Sun, the guard admitted asking language student Knox privately about how many boyfriends she had. But he insisted: “It was always HER who started talking about sex.”
The Sun creates an impression that the sex chats constituted some kind of sexual abuse. But it might not have been how it is presented. Indeed, deep into the story, the Sun actually reveals why the chats occurred. As Knox says:
“When I repeated to him that I knew nothing about Meredith’s murder, he tried to talk to me about her — I told him always that she was my friend — or provoke me into talking about sex. I realise he was testing me to see if I reacted badly, to understand my personality (to be a murderer, as he supposed). He also wanted to know with whom I had gone to bed, probably to give the police other names of suspects.”
So. It was not about sex in prison. The porn parody will have to wait…
US murder suspect Amanda Knox is escorted by penitentiary police officers as she arrives for a hearing in the Meredith Kercher murder trial, in Perugia, Italy, Saturday, June 6, 2009. Knox and her former Italian boyfriend, Raffaele Sollecito, are on trial for the murder of Knox's British roommate, student Meredith Kercher, found dead in the house they shared in Nov. 2007. (AP Photo/Stefano Medici)