An American adult entertainment company is hoping Amanda Knox will need to make some money for legal fees and will agree to star in a porno.
Monarchy Distribution has offered Knox – who in January was found guilty a second time in Italy of killing her British roommate Meredith Kercher in 2007 - $20,000 to take part in a movie, the company’s owner Mike Kulich said on his Twitter account.
In an e-mail to Knox, which Kulich also sent to the website DailyDot.com, he said fans of the company have been asking for Knox to star in a movie because “the general consensus is you are absolutely smoking hot.”
He tells Knox she would have the final say when it comes to which sex acts she’d perform, what actors she’d work with, and “all terms of productions (sic).”
“This is a great opportunity for you to make some money to put towards finishing your education and also future legal costs to help with this unfortunate retrial,” he wrote.
Knox, who is living in America, has denied playing any part in Kercher’s death.