PERUGIA, Italy - Four years. That's how long Amanda Knox live in an Italian prison, but now we're learning what her life was really like there.
According to broadcast reports, she says she was sexually harassed by a high ranking prison administrator, who ordered her into his office at night.
Contributing editor at Vanity Fair Magazine, Judy Bachrach says she thinks "the Italian courts, the first time around practically made sure that Amanda was going to be harassed in prison, since they made her sex life so much a focus of the first trial. They said constantly that she was a girl without morals."
The harassment allegedly stopped only when her attorney complained. According to Bachrach, she was also harassed by female inmates.
"I know that in the case of the female prisoners who harassed Amanda Knox sexually that it didn't go to the limit. In other words, gradually, Amanda Knox learned how to fend off unwanted advances from female prisoners," said Bachrach.
Up until now, we've heard of how Amanda tried to productively fill her time behind bars by exercising, cooking, learning Italian even keeping a journal.
Since her release, her father Curt says that the family has not discussed the full details of her prison life.
"We had one simple focus and that was to bring Amanda home and ensure that she was safe and feels safe and gets reconnected and then we'll deal with any other issues that we have to deal with later," says Curt.
We are only now learning what went on inside that jury room.
One of the jurors broke his silence to Italian TV, saying he spent much of the trial trying to read the faces of Knox and her co-defendant Rafeal Sollicito.
That juror said, "I saw the faces of those two kids, they couldn't bluff. They didn't bluff. My point of view is that these kids weren't guilty."
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