Three years after being convicted of murdering her roommate in Italy, Amanda Knox is facing more troubles. The trailer for a Lifetime movie this coming Monday has released portraying Knox as guilty while her trial is still on appeal in the Italian courts. She is claiming that this movie will infringe on her constitutional rights and may be used against her presumption of innocence under the Italian constitution. Knox was not informed that a movie was being made about her before the trailer came out. Does freedom of speech still apply when it could hinder someone’s rights in another country? Can the movie actually be used against her or is it just one interpretation of what may have happened given that she was actually convicted to 26 years? The trailers have already been pulled off the internet, but so far the movie is still set to air on Monday even with a filed complaint by Knox’s lawyer.