SEATTLE, March 14 (UPI) -- Amanda Knox and former beau Raffaele Sollecito could be reunited for the first time after spending nearly four years in an Italian prison on murder charges.
Sollecito will be in Seattle, Knox's hometown, Friday for a job interview with a technology company ABC News said could be Microsoft. The reunion would mark the first time the two have seen each other since they were released from prison in October, ABC said Wednesday.
Sollecito received 25 years in prison and Knox got 26 years for the 2007 stabbing death of Knox's British college roommate. Their convictions were overturned, though Italian prosecutors are attempting to have the convictions reinstated.
Both Knox and Sollecito have been dating other people since they were freed from prison.