Amanda Knox, the convict of killing Meredith Kerche, one of her flatmate, claimed that she is not she is like Jessic Rabbit, an animated character and the court is wrongly likening her to a femme fatale. According to who2.com, Jessica Rabbit is the voluptuous femme fatale in the 1988 feature film Who Framed Roger Rabbit?, which was based loosely on Gary Wolf's 1981 book Who Censored Roger Rabbit? Jessica is the absurdly sexy wife of hapless hero Roger, and she's a constant temptation to detective Eddie Valiant.
Knox's representative Giulia Bongiorno, on the other side, accused her former boyfriend Raffaele Sollecito of this murder. He said in the court "Amanda Knox has been transformed into a Venus in furs, femme fatale, obsessed with decadent literature and sex. But, instead of the maneater she has been portrayed as, she is a faithful woman - the comparison would be Jessica Rabbit. Between these two youngsters there was tenderness, nothing else."
The comparison with Jessica Rabbit came as a reply to the lawyer of Patrick Lumuba,38, a Congolese barman and another convict who termed Knox as "She Devil" The lawyer called her, "diabolical, demonic, satanic she-devil ... obsessed with sex and alcohol ... muddy on the outside and dirty on the inside."