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The pair have known each other for a while because Annie is a distant relation, according to Mr Sollecito's father, Francesco."It's just a normal relationship with a girl," Dr Sollecito, a distinguished urologist, told the Italian news agency Ansa.Claudio Pratillo Hellmann, the judge who presided over their year-long appeal, released a 144-page explanation for why he acquitted Miss Knox and Mr Sollecito, as he is required to do under Italian law.He said it was wrong that the American had been portrayed negatively for practising yoga and performing cartwheels as she waited to be questioned over the murder.He also said that Miss Knox had been unfairly criticised for buying a G-string, rather than more conservative underwear, in the days after the murder, when police refused to allow her back into the house she shared with Miss Kercher to retrieve her clothing and belongings.Her family maintained throughout the trial and subsequent appeal that she was unfairly portrayed as manipulative and sex-obsessed and subjected to a devastating character assassination on the basis of her good looks.But three months ago an appeals court in Perugia quashed the convictions and immediately released them from prison, ruling that the evidence to convict them, including DNA tests and witness testimony, had been insufficient.In the days after their acquittal, Mr Sollecito said he was keen to visit Miss Knox in her hometown of Seattle around Christmas, hinting that he hoped to revive the romance.
Last month the Italian court that overturned her conviction released its reasoning for doing so, saying the American undergraduate had been unfairly demonised for her sometimes eccentric and provocative behaviour in the days after the murder, which included buying sexy lingerie with Mr Sollecito and doing cartwheels in a police station in Perugia.
In a magazine interview in October he said he could not wait to see his former girlfriend and to discuss the "hellish whirl" that had led to their four years of wrongful incarceration.