Babe’s bed­room skill her ex-lover was banned from re­veal­ing in book


THE for­mer lover of stu­dent Amanda Knox has sparked a rid­dle about the kinky sex act they en­joyed.

Raf­faele Sol­lecito is set to earn £1mil­lion from the mem­oirs of his re­la­tion­ship with the babe, dubbed Foxy Knoxy, who was sen­sa­tion­ally cleared of killing Brit stu­dent Meredith Kercher last year.

Sources close to the lovers, who dated when they were study­ing in Peru­gia, Italy, say there is one thing miss­ing – the de­tails of the sex act that earned Amanda her saucy nick­name.

An in­sider said: “There was some­thing Amanda and Raf­faelle did in the bed­room that was very spe­cial­ist and un­usual.

“He used to talk about it all the time and said it blew his mind.

“It’s too rude to de­scribe in a news­pa­per so all we can say was that he was a very, very lucky lad.

“All the guys at Uni were en­vi­ous be­cause Amanda was clearly fun in bed and showed him a great time. But it seems the pub­lish­ers of the book have told him he has to leave it out as it’s just too saucy.”

One ex­tract from his sex­ual mem­oirs tells how horny Amanda couldn’t wait to get into his pants and bonked him on their first date.


He re­called: “I in­vited Amanda to plop down on the bed while I loaded a film on my com­puter.

“By the time I set­tled in next to her, all thoughts of the movie were quickly for­got­ten and we pulled each other’s clothes off be­fore the open­ing cred­its fin­ished rolling.”

In 2009 Sol­lecito, 28, was con­victed of the murder of Leeds Uni stu­dent Meredith, 21, who was killed in 2007, and along with Amanda, 28, spent four years in jail be­fore be­ing cleared back in Oc­to­ber.

Rudy Guede, 25, was also con­victed of her murder and jailed for 30 years but had his sen­tence cut to 16 on ap­peal.

Sol­lecito’s book, In Hon­our Bound: My Jour­ney to Hell and Back with Amanda Knox, is out later this year. I’VE a con­fes­sion to make – I’ve seen Kate’s boobs.

I know it was wrong for that nasty lit­tle French mag to print pic­tures that were clearly on pri­vate land, and they shouldn’t have been taken in the first place.

But I’m hu­man and I couldn’t re­sist tak­ing a look at them on­line.

Not that we need to know but ac­tu­ally she’s got a rather fine pair – and I think I should know what a nice pair looks like!

LUCKY: Sol­lecito

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