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Amanda Knox reveals new relationship on Facebook after release of Netflix documentary

Amanda Knox is trying to live a normal life. Years after making headlines for her involvement in one of the most notorious murder cases in recent memory, Amanda Knox's latest Facebook update proves she's moving on. The 29-year-old, who was a key suspect in her roommate's death while living abroad in Italy nine years ago, revealed on Facebook Tuesday that she's in a relationship with author Christopher Robinson.
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