ET has obtained the exclusive, first photos of Amanda Knox in hiding after being acquitted of murder in Italy.
Contrary to recent news reports, Knox has been spending her first days of freedom back in the United States near her home in the Seattle area. The photos will be shown exclusively tonight on ET along with details about Knox's first weekend of freedom.
The photos reveal that Amanda has been spending a lot of time inside with family members, but also ventured out on foot to go shopping and took a ferry ride from Seattle with her mom, sister and friends.
Amanda and co-defendant Raffaele Sollecito spent nearly four years in prison in Perugia, Italy. Both were freed October 3 after a court overturned their guilty verdicts in the killing of 21-year-British student Meredith Kercher, who shared an apartment with Amanda while they were studying in Perugia.