She continued, “I would love nothing more than if people referred to the events in Perugia as ‘The Murder of Meredith Kercher by Rudy Guede,’ which would make me the marginal figure I should have been, the innocent roommate … But I know that my false convictions and subsequent trials became the story people became obsessed with. I know they’ll call it the ‘Amanda Knox Saga’ in the future. “

With that in mind, she asked people “not to blame me for others focusing on me instead of Meredith,” that their story be approached with more empathy, and writers mention that she has been convicted of murder twice, too acquitted of the offense. She also disapproved of certain descriptions of the process, writing, “Dirty: morally abhorrent. Not a great adjective to put next to your name. Repeat enough times and people will believe it.

Knox also acknowledged that Stillwater is neither the first nor the last project to “tear down my story without my consent at the expense of my reputation.” She rattled off a list of films, books, and shows discussing the Kercher case, claiming she was never asked to participate in its development.