In what can only be described as one of the more bizarre social media unveilings, cleared murder suspect Amanda Knox has made her Instagram public.
"What's happening? Well, I made my Instagram public. No more hoarding all my amazing cat videos. Check them out at Instagram.com/amamaknox,” she tweeted.
And while the account is filled with images of her aforementioned cat (as promised), it also features photos of Knox dressed up as Little Red Riding Hood.
The Seattle native, once dubbed “Foxy Knoxy,” was locked up for four years in an Italian jail for the 2007 murder of her roommate Meredith Kercher in Perugia.
She was originally sentenced to 26 years in prison, along with her then-boyfriend Raffaele Sollecito, who got 25 years — but both were acquitted in 2011.
After Knox returned to the US, a higher court in Italy reversed the acquittal in 2013, sentencing her again to prison before she was cleared for the second and last time in March 2015.
The trial and subsequent acquittals were the subject of the 2016 Netflix documentary titled "Amanda Knox."
Knox has filled the rest of the Instagram with dozens of travel photos featuring her boyfriend Christopher Robinson, as well as pics at home in Seattle.