Amanda Knox
Raffaele Sollecito and Amanda Knox during the Meredith Kercher murder trial in Italy. REUTERS

Amanda Knox is probably in her pursuit of catching up with all the wonderful things she was depraved of during her four years stay in the Italian prison. The 24-year-old student who was accused of, convicted, and eventually cleared of the murder of her roommate Meredith Kercher in Perugia, Italy, was spotted venturing out of her Seattle home for a couple of times after her homecoming.

First, she went out to attend a Halloween bash for which she dressed up as a cat burglar. The second time, she was spotted strolling through the streets of Seattle, in the company of an unidentified man.

Knox was photographed recently in an apparently cozy and intimate company of a man, with his arm around her shoulders, walking casually on the streets.

Knox's former boyfriend Raffaele Sollecito said in an interview to the Italian media last week that he couldn't wait to meet Amanda and talk about the hellish whirl that nearly ruined our lives. He said he was planning to visit Amanda in her home town of Seattle before Christmas and that he wanted to look her in the eyes.

However, Sollecito's father Dr Francesco Sollecito had said that he was hoping his son would find a good Italian girl from his circle of friends here.

With a new man photographed with the body language laced with an element of affection and romance, rumors mills are churning with stories of Knox already getting into a new relationship.

It has been almost a month since Knox returned from Perugia after the sentence of 26 years in prison was overturned, setting her free.

Among the friends who met Knox on her return to U.S. included David Johnsrud, Knox's boyfriend before she went to Italy on student exchange program.

However, Knox's father has declared that Amanda isn't pursuing romantic interests and dismissed rumors that she was eager for a reunion with Sollecito.