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George and Cindy Anthony have done an interview with Dr.Phil and the show is set to air on Monday. Many people have been highly anticipating this interview because it has been mentioned that they may give some reasoning as to what really happened the day that Caylee Anthony died.
In fact, Cindy Anthony explains Casey’s medical condition and previous trouble with gran mal seizures and this could have been happening during the drowning of Caylee. While you may be thinking that AFTER the seizure, she surely could have handled the situation like a responsible adult, Cindy Anthony has an explanation for why she did not.
According to a Fox News source, Cindy Anthony will claim that the seizures may be symptomatic of a condition that makes it difficult at times ‘to sort fact from fiction’.
This seems just as ridiculous as the outcome of the trial, in my opinion. To me, this seems like a good way to get more ratings for the television program of Dr. Phil as opposed to a legitimate answer as to what had really occurred that fateful day. Nonetheless, I will watch this interview and will most likely be disappointed by the lack of new information or acknowledgment of irresponsibility.
But what about the infamous Casey Anthony? As we all know she is currently serving her year probation in Florida, but already has made plans once she has finished up with this. The National Enquirer, which I really don’t think knows much more than people in African tribes who have no access to television or media, has stated she has made plans to move to a secluded beach villa in Mexico. Apparently a man from California has been carrying on a romantic relationship with the infamous child non killer and has provided her with $200,000 already to help her out during this difficult time.
Bullshit. And sadly, we’ll have to wait a year to prove this story wrong.
Casey Anthony, the mother acquitted of murdering her daughter, Caylee, has apparently signed a deal to publish a tell-all book about her life. On top of this news, her parents, George and Cindy Anthony, have also agreed to be guests on the Dr. Phil Show for the Season premier (September 12th).
Casey Anthony will be using the help of a ghost-writer to put this book together. She claims that she will “cover growing up in the Anthony family, becoming a teenage mother and her relationship with her brother, Lee, and her parents.”
The thing about this book that has gotten most people very anxious, is the revelation of young Caylee’s father. According to the Los Angeles Examiner, Casey plans to reveal the identity in the contents of the book. Whether this is a ploy to get the book to sell more copies (not that it needs one), will be discovered once the book is released.
Casey has kept a low profile since her release. She reportedly got a high six-figure advance for the multi-media book deal.
By: Kelli Knight
The only reason I’m choosing to post this is because for some reason, people want to know where Anthony is and what she’s up to since being releases from jail.
There was speculation that she would be returning to Florida on a Judges order, but apparently her lawyers are fighting hard to make that not happen.
Her lawyers filed a motion to quash that order, arguing the judge cannot amend his sentence more than 60 days after it was signed in January 2010.
Jose Baez told NBC’s Today show that bringing Miss Anthony back to Florida would just add to what he called the ‘circus-like atmosphere’ around the case.
Another one of Miss Anthony’s attorneys, Cheney Mason, said the motion would place her in ‘great peril’ and force taxpayers to bear a large security expense.
The infamous Casey Anthony will have to come out of hiding thanks to a judge’s order.
People – On Monday morning, Orange County Judge Stan Strickland signed amended court documents that will require Anthony to serve one year of supervised probation on her check fraud charges. “She should be reporting to probation in Orlando probably within 72 hours,” Strickland said
Apparently, people had misunderstood and thought that Anthony had served her probation while in prison, but the judge has cleared this up and said that he would like her to serve a year probation, in Orlando, and should be reporting there soon.
So all of these talks about where she’ll be spending her freedom and changing her appearance will have to be put on hold for another year. I’m happy to see that she still has to deal with this, because she’s been so eager to get on with her life, even though her daughter no longer has hers. Let’s hope she screws up her probation and is sent back to jail.
On Sunday, July 17th, Casey Anthony was released from prison after serving nearly 3 years behind bars awaiting the trial of her daughter Caylee (who she was suspected of killing or having some involvement). Many people are outraged that she spent such a little amount of time behind bars, but the fact of the matter is…she was acquitted.
My personal opinion oh her involvement is just that, personal opinion. I think the main reason people are so bothered by this verdict is because nearly EVERYONE believes that she could have at the very least, informed authorities that her daughter was missing for a month! It seems rather strange that a loving mother would just let that go. Also, the tattoo that she had gotten while her daughter was “missing” was rather ironic.
Either way, ” Anthony reportedly boarded a private plane from the Orlando Executive Airport around 3 a.m. Sunday upon her release after approximately three years in prison.” It is also known that she “is safe at an undisclosed location”. I’m so happy to know that she’s safe and living the high life on private planes. Ridiculous.
“The proposal by Isadore Hall III (D-Compton), Paul Cook (R–Yucaipa) and Cathleen Galgiani (D-Tracy) would make it a felony for a parent or guardian to fail to report the death of a child to authorities within two hours. It also would create a felony for failing to report a missing child under the age of 12 within 48 hours of the child’s disappearance.”
Since the death of Caylee Anthony, many people have been in an outrage due to her mother, Casey Anthony’s murder acquittal. The mother, although not convicted of murder or manslaughter, did not report her 2-year old daughter missing for a month! A big majority finds it odd that a mother we be so careless as to not report her child missing. She should hold some sort of responsibility for the actions we ARE positive she was involved in, but unfortunately it’s too late for that.
Is this law a good solution to the problem? I wrote a previous blog about the downfalls to Caylee’s Law, but what do you think? I’m honestly unsure of how I feel, but one must take themselves outside of this specific case and look at the broader picture.
On the eve of her sentencing that could set her free for the first time in nearly three years, a look back at Casey Anthony’s jailhouse letters show that the 25-year-old may have more children upon her release.
“I had a dream not too long ago that I was pregnant,” wrote Casey Anthony in one of more than 50 letters she sent to fellow inmate Robyn Adams between 2008 and 2009 when the two were housed in the Orlando County Jail in Florida.
“It was like having Cays all over again,” she wrote, referring to her dead daughter, Caylee. “I’ve thought about adopting, which even sounds weird to me saying it, but there are so many children that deserve to be loved.”
The letters were released in April 2010 by prosecutors preparing for Casey Anthony’s trial. In more than 250 handwritten pages, Casey Anthony discusses life behind bars, what she misses most about her old life and what she hopes to do when she’s released.
Casey Anthony, 25, was found not guilty Tuesday of murdering her daughter Caylee and could be released as early as Thursday depending on her sentencing on four guilty counts of giving false information to law enforcement.
In one undated letter among the document dump, Anthony writes to Adams, “Let’s make a deal ? let’s get pregnant together ? if it’s really possible to plan it.”
Some of the letters may also provide a glimpse into what Casey Anthony may do with the money some speculate she could make from a book deal or a movie deal.
(A photograph, of Casey Anthony, left, and her daughter Caylee is displayed on a monitor during the Casey Anthony murder trial at the Orange County Courthouse, in Orlando, Fla., June 14, 2011.)
“No matter how much money I have someday, all I want to do is live comfortably, not worrying about bills, food or even a few clothes,” wrote Casey Anthony. “Everything in moderation and modesty.”
In one letter she refers to a book she has dreams of writing, describing it as a “partial memoir/comedy/relationship advice book for those not in the know.”
“It’s a way to settle many rumors and to share my insight about love, life and most important – God,” she wrote. “Who knows.”
Casey Anthony also makes a veiled reference to starting her own business, though she never specifies what kind, writing to Adams, “When are we going to sit on the beach, drinking cocktails and planning our future business?”
She even expresses a desire to give money to charity.
“I want to donate money to charities, leukemia research, breast cancer, cervical cancer,” she wrote.
Many of the letters focus on products Casey Anthony writes she misses. She would often admit how “vain” it makes her look to crave things as trivial as a tweezer to pluck her eyebrows or a hair dryer to do her hair.
“I can’t wait to get my teeth whitened and to use my regular toothbrush/toothpaste/shampoo, conditioner,” she wrote. “I still have no desire to wear heels unless the occasion calls for it. but converse, boots and REAL flipflops? Ah! And hats, regular ball caps.”
“Sunglasses. Underwear, that fits!” she continues, “Is that vain? Should I not look forward to these things?”
Also on Casey Anthony’s jailhouse wish list are manicures and pedicures which in one letter she refers to as being just “around the corner.”
“Color on my toesies and acrylic nails — yes please,” she wrote. “I want to embrace the many joys of being a lady.”
“And girl,” she wrote to Adams, “I could use a day at Target myself. Just to walk around the store, to be a part of society. I want to go grocery shopping.”
And for those who wonder how Casey Anthony will re-enter society after a trial that gripped the nation, even she may have thought about the difficulty of living a normal life.
“If you could change your name to any name, what would it be?” she wrote in one of her earlier letters. “I’ve been thinking about that a lot lately.”
“Ideas? many ideas.”
This is sad and I hope in all hell that no one decides to adopt a child out to her. I mean, the woman got a tattoo “Beautiful Life” while her daughter was “missing”. She KNEW her daughter was dead (regardless of whether she’s truly innocent or not), and got a tattoo expressing happiness, beauty and being care free. I just can’t fathom the idea of Casey Anthony caring for ANY child, yet alone, another one of her own.