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Thread: Casey Anthony is Bored, Y'all

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    Default Casey Anthony is Bored, Y'all

    Ohhhh the irony. She'd probably have a better life in prison. I think she's actually living with someone from her legal team.

    Her relationship with her brother is "strained" since she accused him in court of molesting her? Wow, you don't say.

    I can't believe her parents got $600k from Dr. Phil. And blew through all of it. Oh wait, yes I can.

    Casey Anthony Is 'Bored' 5 Years After Acquittal, Source Says: Inside Her Life Now

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    07/05/2016 AT 09:30 AM EDT

    It was five years ago this month that Casey Anthony walked out the doors of Florida's Orange County jail a free woman. Once outside, Anthony was immediately greeted by hundreds of protestors, all outraged she'd been acquitted of murder charges in the death of her 2-year-old daughter, Caylee.

    Convinced of her guilt, the protestors heckled Anthony with loud booing and indignant jeers.

    What is life like now for Anthony, who recently celebrated her 30th birthday? According to several sources, the woman oncedescribed by a Department of Corrections spokeswoman as "one of the most hated women in America" is bored.

    PEOPLE's sources claim Casey Anthony still resides in South Florida and receives financial support from some members of her legal team.
    Earlier this year, Anthony launched her own photography business, Case Photography. But she "has done very few projects," says one source.

    Anthony has resumed dating, but sources claim she has only gone on a few dates since the acquittal and that those evenings have been spent almost exclusively with men she met "through her very small legal circle," a source says.

    Sources say that Anthony's everyday existence, away from the glare of the media spotlight, is monotonous. There's "not much is going on in her life," says a source close to her. "She gets up each day, hangs around, checks the internet, takes some pictures, and doesn't do much. She can't hold a real job, and she doesn't really make a lot of friends, for obvious reasons. When people find out about her history, they usually bail on her. She's 30, with very few friends her age."

    Sources accuse Anthony of staging paparazzi-style photo ops when she's low on cash. She allegedly tries to sell these photos to various media outlets.

    "She's got enough money to live, but not enough to really do anything," says the source. "She sort of lives like an old person, on a fixed income without much going on in her life. She's bored, and she complains about boredom all the time."

    According to three different sources, Casey Anthony no longer regularly speaks with her parents, George and Cindy Anthony.

    "They don't really talk," a source tells PEOPLE. Adds a different source, "She has spoken with her mother a few times, but she doesn't talk to her dad at all."

    Things have been difficult for Casey's parents, too. While they collected $600,000 for appearing on Dr. Phil in 2011, they are now out of money once again.

    Sources say they staved off foreclosure on their home but that neither of them is employed, sources say.

    Meanwhile, Anthony's brother, Lee, is said to have a strained relationship with his sister. Sources say this is due, in part, to Casey's accusation at trial that he molested her.

    Lee married his longtime girlfriend, cancer survivor Mallory Parker, in 2012, but Casey did not attend the ceremony, say sources. The couple's since had a baby boy, Parker Lee Anthony.

    Casey Anthony: Inside Her Life Five Years After Acquittal of Murdering Daughter :

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    Gee I dunno - what's it like getting away with murder?
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    Well, Brookie...

    ...hang on. I probably shouldn't go there.
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    I guess it's too much to ask that she, you know, MISSES HER DAUGHTER. God forbid.

    If there were justice in the world she'd be covered in excruciatingly painful oozing boils from which there is never any relief. The only good thing to come out of that whole debacle is this:

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    She's a fucking nut. She's one of those people that lie so much that they start to believe their own lies.
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    How dreadful for her. Maybe she should kill herself so she never has to face another day without anything to do.
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    Quote Originally Posted by KrisNine View Post
    She's a fucking nut. She's one of those people that lie so much that they start to believe their own lies.
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    I'm honestly a little surprised she doesn't speak to her mother, she seemed to be able to manipulate her pretty well. And I'm shocked they couldn't have paid off their mortgage with $600k (I'll assume $300k after taxes, but they did several interviews I believe). I'm still pissed we will never know what really happened. Its like the Oj trial of our time
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    Casey Anthony speaks publicly about case for 1st time - 7NEWS Denver Casey Anthony speaks publicly about case for 1st time

    WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. (AP) -- Casey Anthony knows that much of the world believes she killed her 2-year-old daughter, despite her acquittal. But nearly nine years later, she insists she doesn't know how the last hours of Caylee's life unfolded.
    "Caylee would be 12 right now. And would be a total badass," she told The Associated Press in one of a series of exclusive interviews. "I'd like to think she'd be listening to classic rock, playing sports" and putting up with no nonsense.
    But discussing Caylee's last moments, the 30-year-old Anthony spoke in halting, sober tones: "I'm still not even certain as I stand here today about what happened," she said.
    "Based off what was in the media" - the story of a woman who could not account for a month in which her child was missing, whose defense involved an accidental drowning for which there was no eyewitness testimony - "I understand the reasons people feel about me. I understand why people have the opinions that they do."
    This was the first time Anthony spoke to a news media outlet about her daughter's death or her years since the trial. Her responses were at turns revealing, bizarre and often contradictory, and they ultimately raised more questions than answers about the case that has captivated the nation.
    It's been almost nine years since Caylee went missing, and six since the circus-like Orlando trial that ended in her mother's acquittal. The trial was carried live on cable networks and was the focus of daily commentaries by HLN's Nancy Grace, who called her "the most hated mom in America," and, derisively, "tot mom."
    RELATED: Judge in Casey Anthony case says she may have "accidentally" killed Caylee
    Anthony views herself as something of an Alice in Wonderland, with the public as the Red Queen.
    "The queen is proclaiming: 'No, no, sentence first, verdict afterward,'" she says. "I sense and feel to this day that is a direct parallel to what I lived. My sentence was doled out long before there was a verdict. Sentence first, verdict afterward. People found me guilty long before I had my day in court."
    The child was supposedly last seen on June 16, 2008; she was first reported missing, by Casey Anthony's mother, on July 15. A day later, Casey Anthony was arrested on charges of child neglect. She told police that Caylee had disappeared with a baby sitter.
    A utility worker working in a wooded area near the Anthony home on Dec. 11 found skeletal remains that were later determined to be Caylee's. Experts would testify that air samples indicated that decaying human remains had been present in Casey Anthony's trunk.
    In the end, prosecutors proved Casey Anthony was a liar, but convinced the jury of little else. The government failed to establish how Caylee died, and they couldn't find her mother's DNA on the duct tape they said was used to suffocate her. After a trial of a month and a half, the jury took less than 11 hours to find Anthony not guilty of first-degree murder, aggravated manslaughter and aggravated child abuse.
    Still, the Florida Department of Children and Families concluded that Anthony was responsible for her daughter's death because her "actions or the lack of actions ... ultimately resulted or contributed in the death of the child." And just this month, former Circuit Judge Belvin Perry Jr., who presided at the trial, theorized that Anthony may have killed Caylee accidentally when she was using chloroform to calm her.
    She was convicted of four counts of lying to police (though two counts were later dropped), and served about three years in prison while awaiting trial. A thousand people were there to see her released.
    She admits that she lied to police: about being employed at Universal Studios; about leaving Caylee with a baby-sitter; about telling two people, both of them imaginary, that Caylee was missing; about receiving a phone call from Caylee the day before she was reported missing.
    "Even if I would've told them everything that I told to the psychologist, I hate to say this but I firmly believe I would have been in the same place. Because cops believe other cops. Cops tend to victimize the victims. I understand now ... I see why I was treated the way I was even had I been completely truthful."
    She added: "Cops lie to people every day. I'm just one of the unfortunate idiots who admitted they lied."
    She paused.
    "My dad was a cop, you can read into that what you want to."
    At the trial, lead defense attorney Jose Baez suggested that the little girl drowned and that Casey Anthony's father, George, helped cover that up - and sexually abused his daughter. Her father has vehemently denied the accusations.
    Anthony doesn't talk about her parents much, other than to say she was disappointed when they took money from television's Dr. Phil and appeared on his show. The host donated $600,000 to Caylee's Fund, a nonprofit started by Anthony's parents. At the time, he said George and Cindy Anthony would derive no income from the money. The nonprofit was later dissolved.
    Asked about the drowning defense, Casey Anthony hesitated: "Everyone has their theories, I don't know. As I stand here today I can't tell you one way or another. The last time I saw my daughter I believed she was alive and was going to be OK, and that's what was told to me. "
    Anthony lives in the South Florida home of Patrick McKenna, a private detective who was the lead investigator on her defense team. She also works for him, doing online social media searches and other investigative work. McKenna was also the lead investigator for OJ Simpson, when he was accused of killing his wife and acquitted; Anthony said she's become fascinated with the case, and there are "a lot of parallels" to her own circumstances.
    "I can empathize with his situation," she said.
    An Associated Press reporter met Anthony as she protested against President Donald Trump at a Palm Beach rally.
    It's unclear why Anthony agreed to speak to the AP. She later texted the reporter, asking that the AP not run the story. Among other things, she cited the bankruptcy case in which she has been embroiled since 2013: "During the course of my bankruptcy, the rights to my story were purchased by a third party company for $25k to protect my interests. Without written authorization from the controlling members of this company, I am prohibited from speaking publicly about my case at any time."
    In addition, she said she had violated a confidentiality agreement with her employer, and remains under subpoena and subject to deposition in her bankruptcy case.
    Yet she had participated in five on-the-record interviews over a one-week period, many of them audiotaped.
    She still dreads the supermarket checkout line for fear she'll see photos of her daughter on the cover of tabloid papers. Her bedroom walls are decorated with photos of Caylee and she weeps when she shows off her daughter's colorful, finger-painted artwork.
    Still, she asserts she is happy. For her 31st birthday she plans to go skydiving. She enjoys taking photos, mostly of squirrels and other wildlife. And she loves her investigative work.
    "I love the fact that I have a unique perspective and I get a chance to do for other people what so many others have done for me," she said. Someday, she said, she'd like to get a private investigator's license and work for a defense team.
    She talks of working on a DUI manslaughter case where the accused took a plea deal.
    "I look at him and I think this kid almost lost his life for something they can't definitively prove that he did," she said. "I've lived it firsthand. I didn't do what I was accused of but I fought for three years. Not just for me, but for my daughter."
    Occasionally she goes out with friends to area bars and has struck up a few short-lived romantic relationships. When she's out in public, men are attracted to her long, dark locks and petite frame, and often pay for her signature drinks: either a Fat Tire beer or a Jack Daniels and diet coke, with a lime wedge. But news that she is there spreads quickly; people whisper and snap photos, and she retreats to her newly purchased SUV so she can return home, alone.
    Anthony speaks defiantly of her pariah status.
    "I don't give a s--- about what anyone thinks about me, I never will," she said. "I'm OK with myself, I sleep pretty good at night."
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    Prince, David Bowie and countless others left us too soon last year and this murdering bitch is still alive. Life is bullshit.
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    Still, only caring about herself. I wonder if she has bodyguards.
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    Whatever ended up being her final story? Accidental drowngin? She left her child with someone else? In the article she says last she knew her daughter was ok. Ok where?

    She can't even take responsibility for lying to the cops. She lied because cops lie. what? She will never tell us what happened to that child.
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    Somebody did a pretty good write up on Reddit about this clusterfuck of a case . It's long but worth it .

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    This bitch needs to go fuck herself with a hand grenade dildo.
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    The ID Channel is doing a special on the case and is calling it a "murder mystery." Where is the mystery? She killed her child. She lied and covered the murder up. End of story.
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