Amanda Knox has been offered a job in pornography.

It was only a matter of time before offers from Playboy or Hustler, notorious for extending large payments to women in the news (Larry Flint offered Casey Anthony $500,000 to pose for his magazine), but Knox was only home for two days before Vivid Entertainment gave her a position.

We would like to offer her the opportunity to be our vivid.com spokesperson and represent the studio at trade and retail events, Vivid founder and co-chairman Steven Hirsch told TMZ on Thursday.

The Vivid head also made an important distinction about Knox's role in the company.

This would involve no nudity or sex. Of course we would welcome talking to her if she wants to pursue this direction, but the decision is totally hers to express.

Hirsch and Vivid are experts in celebrity-pornography world, and the company has marketed products involving Pamela Anderson, Kim Kardashian, Kendra Wilkinson and supposedly even Jimi Hendrix.

In May, Vivid offered Pippa Middleton $5 million to film just one pornographic scene.

Knox returned home to Seattle on Tuesday, after spending nearly four years in an Italian prison. A day earlier, a judge in Perugia acquitted the American of murder.

In 2009, Knox was found guilty of stabbing her roommate Meredith Kurcher to death. Knox's sexuality played a significant part of her murder charges, and Italian prosecutors still posit that Kercher was killed during a sex game gone wrong.

Police investigators also alleged that Knox and her then-boyfriend Raffaele Sollecito might have slit Kercher's throat during an orgy, or over sexual jealousy. The Italian media delighted in labeling Knox the Angel Faced Killer, while British papers chose instead to call her Foxy Knoxy.

During her appeals trial this year, the prosecution again tried to paint her as an manipulating vixen who used her beauty to get what she wanted.

“Amanda is one thing and another -- that is, both Saint Maria Goretti and a satanic, diabolic, she-devil given to borderline behavior,” lawyer Carlo Pacelli told the Perugia court last week. “Amanda Knox loved strong emotions and dangerous games.

Knox's own attorneys were not without theatrics either, and during their closing arguments lawyers compared Knox to Jessica Rabbit, the hyper-sexualized cartoon character who wasn't bad, but just drawn that way.

Knox has not officially or publicly rejected the Vivid offer, and she would be right in ignoring it. When the time comes, she may consider a book or television deal (she is already getting offers). Until then, she will be enjoying her freedom with family and friends.