Topic: Casey Anthony

So, Casey Anthony Might Be Pregnant Which Will Terrify Us All To Bits

So, Casey Anthony Might Be Pregnant Which Will Terrify Us All To Bits

Casey Anthony filed for bankruptcy in January claiming she had a lot of debt and only $1,000 to her name, and that she has been living off of donations and gift cards from her supporters. I’m not sure she is in any financial condition to bring a child into the world, but I guess if her partner is footing the bill she probably isn’t too concerned with affording Pampers. More »

Has It Really Been A Year? Casey Anthony Is Free From Probation

Has It Really Been A Year? Casey Anthony Is Free From Probation

While she was acquitted of murder charges in the death of her daughter Caylee, Casey Anthony was found guilty of check fraud and she was sentenced to a year’s probation for the crime. The sentence meant that she had to live in the state of Florida for the year, though she’s been in an undisclosed location ever since her now-infamous trial ended.

Now the state of Florida is confirming that Anthony’s probation time has been served and she free to leave the state at any time. Casey Anthony is officially a free woman. More »

Casey Anthony Became Pregnant With Daughter Caylee Following Rape, Says Psychiatrist

Casey Anthony Became Pregnant With Daughter Caylee Following Rape, Says Psychiatrist

Casey Anthony may be finishing her probation in an undisclosed location and making video diaries, but a psychiatrist who evaluated the young mother sure has some startling news to share about two-year-old Caylee Anthony. It turns out the reason Casey never revealed the father of her daughter is not only because she didn’t know, but because she was raped, according to court documents. More »

Casey Anthony Makes Rambling Video Diary, Talks About Her New Dog

Casey Anthony Makes Rambling Video Diary, Talks About Her New Dog

Whether you think Casey Anthony walked away a free lady after murdering her little girl Caylee or the prosecution failed to deliver a strong enough case against her, you’re still probably still annoyed with the sight of her on your television. But the 25 year old has some tidbits she’d like to share with you regarding her computer, her cell phone, and her adopted dog that she claims to talk to often. More »

Casey Anthony Might Be Living In A Mansion In Southern California

Casey Anthony Might Be Living In A Mansion In Southern California

A couple of sources are speculating that the mother of Caylee Anthony, who would have turned six years old today, may be living in the $5.2 million estate of her lawyer Todd Macaluso. The mansion is located in southern California, Rancho Santa Fe to be specific. The home is reported to be one of those Spanish tile numbers with five bedrooms and five bathrooms. Neighbors have said that Casey is living on the premises with two bodyguards. More »

Learn The Names Of Jurors Who Determined Casey Anthony ‘Not Guilty’ This Fall

Learn The Names Of Jurors Who Determined Casey Anthony 'Not Guilty' This Fall

The verdict in the notorious Casey Anthony trial has parents everywhere infuriated, especially considering one of the jurors, Jennifer Ford, has confessed to believing that the young mother is not innocent. Having been released for time already served, the 25-year-old mother walked away with a mere charge for lying to the police. But for those jurors who were convinced that the prosecution didn’t prove Casey to be guilty, their anonymity disappears in October.
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‘Caylee’s Law’ Has A Million Backers … But They’re Wrong

'Caylee's Law' Has A Million Backers ... But They're Wrong

Reactions such as this are common in the aftermath of quirky, high-profile charges. But over at Huffington Post, civil libertarian writer Radley Balko explains why these proposed laws are short-sighted. The woman who developed the petition concedes she didn’t consult with any law enforcement officials before coming up with her 1-hour and 24-hour limits. She doesn’t know if there are any legitimate reasons why an innocent parent might fail to immediately report a child’s death (e.g. shock, passing out, mental breakdown). She didn’t consult with forensic pathologists about whether time of death is even able to be precisely determined in a way that would make the law enforceable. Or what if a child dies in her sleep and parents don’t realize it until the morning. What if grandma was taking a nap while some freak accident happened to the child in her care? More »