Amanda Knox, the former college student who stood trial for murder in Italy, is engaged to be married.
According to the Seattle Times, Knox will tie the knot with Colin Sutherland, a musician who moved from Brooklyn to Seattle.
“Her engagement was disclosed by a source close to the family, and Knox confirmed it in an email, but declined to say anything else,” columnist Jonathan Martin wrote on Wednesday.
After being acquitted on an appeal in January 2011, Knox returned home to Seattle. In January 2014, an Italian court convicted her again and sentenced her to 28 years in prison. On March 25, Italy’s highest court will hear another appeal and decide if Italy may try to force Knox to return and face another trial.
Knox graduated from the University of Washington and works as a freelance writer for the West Seattle Herald and at a book store.
No wedding date has been set.