Amanda Knox slammed Rudy Guede, the man convicted of the 2007 murder of British exchange student Meredith Kercher in Italy after he was released from prison.

Guede, 34, was granted an early release for good behavior on Tuesday after his October 2008 murder conviction. Knox and her then-boyfriend Raffaele Sollecito were initially convicted and then later acquitted for the crimes against Kercher.

Although Knox has maintained her innocence, she has continued to be scrutinized in the press. On Tuesday, she took to Twitter to call out Guede for failing to take full responsibility for Kercher’s murder.

“People change. Has Rudy? They say the truth will set you free. Today he's free, and he has yet to tell the truth, allowing others to continue bearing the burden of his guilt,” Knox wrote in a Twitter thread.

Knox claimed if Guede took responsibility for the murder, it would stop the public from blaming her for a crime she didn’t commit.

“His honesty would also end the slanted media coverage, which endlessly repeats the phrase ‘the only person who remains convicted of killing British student Meredith Kercher’ which is true, but implies that there were multiple responsible parties,” she tweeted.

“Were he to actually acknowledge his responsibility, it would bring closure to the Kercher family, it would end the murky speculation around this case, it would restore my wrongly damaged reputation, and that of Raffaele.”

Knox suggested Guede was the key to clearing her name. “What I will say here is this: Guede holds a tremendous power to heal others harmed by his actions,” she wrote.

“He has the power to tell the truth, to take responsibility, to stop blaming me for the rape and murder of Meredith Kercher, which a wealth of evidence shows he committed alone.”

Guede was originally sentenced to 30 years in prison after his DNA and bloody fingerprints were found at the crime scene. His sentence was later reduced to 16 years upon appeal, and he ended up serving 13 years. Guede continues to maintain his innocence in the crime.

Amanda Knox reacts after she addressed a panel discussion titled "Trial by Media" during the Criminal Justice Festival at the Law University of Modena, northern Italy on June 15, 2019 Amanda Knox reacts after she addressed a panel discussion titled "Trial by Media" during the Criminal Justice Festival at the Law University of Modena, northern Italy on June 15, 2019 Photo: AFP / Vincenzo PINTO