Amanda Knox is preparing for her wedding to fiance Christopher Gerald Robinson, and she’s begging for some help online, RadarOnline.com has learned.
In a website linked to her latest Instagram post, the notorious young woman who was ultimately cleared of murder charges writes bizarrely of how her and Robinson's relationship relates to various facets of their union to the galactic world.
Then in the “invitation,” a link to RSVP is accessible for fans as well as an option to view the couple’s registry.
However, upon clicking the latter, there is no list of desired gifts. Instead, the pair simply request donations.
“Let's face it, we don't need any more stuff,” the “registry” reads. “What we do need is help putting on the best party ever for our family and friends!”
Knox and Robinson's post continues, “Now we're asking for help so that we can shower our friends and family with love and celebration! Instead of a traditional registry, we are asking for donations towards the cost of the wedding. Whether you're attending or not, all are welcome to donate to specific costs, or at a patron level.”
In exchange for the donations, every donor will receive a signed, limited edition copy of their book of love poems, entitled T.e Cardio Tesseract.
As Radar reported, the novelist got engaged in November 2018. Robinson proposed to Knox in her Seattle home.
Much like their invitation, the proposal was very much ET-themed.
Knox’s request for donations amid wedding planning comes after she was compensated $20,000 in damages for the way she was mistreated during her former roommate’s murder trial.
As readers know, Meredith Kercher was brutally murdered and found in a pool of blood in a student house that she shared with Knox in Perugia, Italy, in November 2007. Kercher had been stabbed multiple times and her throat had been slashed.
Knox and then-boyfriend Rafaelle Sollecito were found guilty of murder and sexual assault of Kercher in December 2009; she was subsequently sentenced to 26 years in prison and Sollecito got 25 years.
But the convictions were later overturned, they were acquitted of all charges, and the case was closed.
Now, Knox and her new beloved hope the public can help them have a wedding to remember!