I am so glad they picked someone to play Casey that was an unknown and not a big name. This girl is gonna have a hard time being convincing because she is so much prettier than Casey.
I am so glad they picked someone to play Casey that was an unknown and not a big name. This girl is gonna have a hard time being convincing because she is so much prettier than Casey.
Casey Anthony moving to Costa Rica
Did Casey Anthony plan on moving to Costa Rica once she completed her probation in Florida? “She bought a beach-side house in Costa Rica through a corporation that was set up for her, and had planned on moving there once she was off probation,” says a source.
You may recall Casey’s “Zanny the Nanny/Zenaida Gonzalez” story when Caylee Anthony was first reported missing, a story that later turned out to be nothing but a big, elaborate lie made up by Anthony – and now it looks like Casey’s moving plans will have to be set aside since she has been served and forced to face the music in a defamation suit filed against her by Gonzalez.
Corporation or no corporation....how the fuck is she getting money? And why is her probation not being revoked? This bitch is making money somehow.
I think she's got most, if not all, of that $200,000, that she got for the pictures of Caylee, that she still hasn't paid the taxes on. Probably getting money thru Cindy, cause you know Cindy ain't leaving her alone to live her life on her own, that's not happening in the Cindy Anthony universe. Cindy is too controlling.
I think Jose set up whatever you have to do to keep money when you don't want anyone to know you got money. I don't know what you call them, cause I ain't even got money that people can know about. LOL
Can she be extradited from Costa Rica for income tax fraud? What can be the worse that happens to her if she loses the Zanny lawsuit? She'll have another bill she don't intend to pay, is all.
she wants to go to Costa Rica to live happily ever after with her little Gaelic speaking Irish orphan baby. Yeah right, they'll throw her ass out as quick as she gets there.
Zenaida's Lawyer: Case Has Been Served
Casey Anthony Served In Civil Suit
Attorneys for Zenaida Gonzalez say Casey Anthony was served with a subpoena in the case Thursday morning.
Attorney Matt Morgan took to his personal Twitter account to announce that Anthony "has been served."
Last week, the attorneys were granted access to Anthony's whereabouts.
The address is sealed to the public and only known to the attorneys. Attorneys said that safety will not be compromised.
"I want her in the courtroom," said Gonzalez's attorney Keith Mitnik. "This started with things she did and I don't think she should be on her back porch with her feet up in the middle of this trial. I think she should be in the same uncomfortable seats everybody else is."
Gonzalez claims Anthony ruined her life when she told authorities a nanny by the same name kidnapped her daughter Caylee.
Anthony's attorneys said if she shows up in court she will plead the fifth as she did in an earlier deposition.
"I think this plaintiff's time is probably more well spent in a Motel 6 in Kissimmee watching the reruns of herself on the Dr. Phil show," said Anthony's attorney Charles Green. "She's going to get more money from that than she will from this case. This is not about the money. This is about publicity, it always has been."
Anthony's probation ends August 23 and is free to live anywhere at that time.
Anthony was acquitted of killing 2-year-old Caylee in July 2011. She has since been serving one year of probation in a check fraud case.
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I don't understand how you can plead the fifth when you've been acquitted of doing anything wrong!
Hopefully the judge will rule that she has to answer the question or be in contempt of court, but I'm not holding my breath that she'll have to answer.
What does it matter now since she, technically, didn't murder her baby, it shouldn't matter what she says now, should it?
Of course it could possible be what alot of Casey haters want to hear, but she hasn't cared up to now, why should she care now what people think about her.
I guess I just don't understand the nuances of law, civil or criminal.
Woman named Zenaida turns investigator's life around
It was a media frenzy almost from the start. The Casey Anthony trial started one year ago -- May 24, 2011.
Former Orange County Sheriff's investigator Robin Maynard was involved in the case practically from the very beginning.
"It was a little bit harder when you're seeing this child singing and alive, and then you're out there meticulously searching to get as much of her as you possibly can for her dignity," Maynard said.
Maynard was one of the sheriff's office's top crime scene investigators who was the shift supervisor on the day Caylee's remains were found and testified during the trial. The 14-year forensic expert testified for two days at the Orange County Courthouse, but said having millions of eyes on her during her testimony was nothing compared to the trials and tribulations she's faced in her past.
Maynard suddenly lost her best friend and mother to breast cancer in 2006. In fact, it was in her mother's memory that she made one of the boldest moves in her entire life.
To understand that part of the story, you have to go back to February 2009, when Maynard wrapped up an exhaustive seven months on the Caylee Anthony case. She was working in her spare time running her non-profit breast cancer foundation, called Libby's Legacy, named after her mother.
During a free mammogram event Maynard's organization sponsored, she met a woman with a striking familiar name.
"A woman came in and she's checking in and she says 'Zenaida,' and I never heard the name before the case," Maynard said.
Zenaida was the name of the woman Casey said kidnapped her daughter.
"So the vice-chair leans in to me and says 'you just can't get away from it, can you?' I said 'what are the odds,'" Maynard said.
However, that's where the similarities stopped. Her name wasn't Zenaida Gonzalez. She was Zenaida Diaz. Diaz was like so many other woman with no health insurance. She hadn't had a mammogram in three years and didn't know that a cancer was aggressively growing in both of her breasts.
"Robin was my angel, I always said, and I've always said it that she was my angel," Diaz said.
Maynard fought to find someone to provide the surgery Diaz so desperately needed.
"I called around," Maynard said. "I called several places. I had 19 pages of notes and two weeks had gone by and no one would help her. I couldn't believe it."
Three months later, Maynard finally found someone to provide the surgery Diaz needed for free.
Diaz became the first woman Libby's Legacy helped detect breast cancer.
"It was an honor to me that I was the first one, that I was the first one that she held hands with, that I was the first one that she helped through it, that she fought for me so I could get that medical attention that I needed," Diaz said.
On the day of Zenaida's double mastectomy, it was the last day of Maynard's career at the Orange County Sheriff's Office. She decided to quit to focus full-time on Libby's Legacy.
"I get to save and change lives with no chance of acquittal," Maynard said. "It's not up to a jury. We fight for justice and we make sure it happens."
Just last year, Libby's Legacy gave away 1,300 breast care services for women in need and helped to diagnose 48 women with breast cancer.
Investigator in Casey Anthony case wonders if her testimony fell on deaf ears
One year ago, the first witness testified in the murder case against Casey Anthony.
We introduced you Thursday to Robin Maynard, a former Orange County crime scene investigator.
Now she’s back to tell us what she thinks the jurors were really thinking when she was testifying.
Hopespring Drive is home to George and Cindy Anthony, and the place where Casey said her daughter Caylee died.
Maynard was a crime scene investigator on the case, and was called to testify in Casey's murder trial one year ago.
Maynard's biggest claim to fame with the case was she found the heart-shaped sticker among little Caylee's remains.
"We collected it like any other piece of evidence,” Maynard said. “I mean, we were there to document the evidence to do it properly."
Prosecutors argued Casey placed a heart-shaped sticker on the duct tape that was found on Caylee's skull.
Maynard testified twice during the trial and wondered if her testimony fell on deaf ears.
"I've testified in a lot of trials, and granted it was a Friday afternoon, but I kind of felt like the jury was kind of closed off,” Maynard said. “So short of a couple of women that were kind of leaning and nodding, they did appear to be closed off."
Maynard is no longer a crime scene investigator. She now works full-time at the breast cancer foundation that she created called "Libby's Legacy."
When Maynard mentioned her non-profit on the witness stand, she said her website at Libby's Legacy got over a 100,000 hits.
But she may be best known to many because of the time she spent on one of the most notorious cases in Central Florida history.
Wow, Robin Maynard is a bright shining star. A daughter honoring her mother.
I'm glad that something good did come from the injustice to Caylee, if only one of the people who hit on her website sent in a donation of money or services, then something good happened.
I'd hate to see who Bozo has been living next door to....
If we can speak ill of the living, why not the dead?
If absence makes the heart grow fonder, what does presence make?
Casey Anthony: Jeff Ashton-Cheney Mason talk available via live webcast
Posted: 25 May 2012 10:03 AM PDT
You probably can’t travel to New York next week to hear defense attorney Cheney Mason and former prosecutor Jeff Ashton discuss the Casey Anthony trial.
But you can still see them via a live webcast on Thursday. The link will be posted at www.law.pace.edu on Wednesday and become active about five minutes before the program begins at 7:30 p.m. Thursday.
The attorneys kick off a seminar series called “Trials & Error: Behind the Headlines of America’s Most Controversial Cases.” Alex Ferrer of “Judge Alex” will take part, too.
Pace Law School will bring the three men together for a 90-minute discussion followed by a Q&A. The event will be at the Schimmel Theater, One Pace Plaza in Manhattan.
Writer and law professor Thane Rosenbaum will moderate the panel. The second program in the series, set for Sept. 6, will focus on the O.J. Simpson trial.
I just have to put her name in the thread...it's bare without her liking and posting in here :)
Dear Mommy...I see you smile down there below...are those tears of joy you show? I'm glad you're happy, although you lied...I'd love to be right by your side...but by your choice, I view from above...tell my Grandparents I send my love...it's Beautiful here, is all I can say...your life will go on... without me in your way. Love Caylee XOXO......
NO JUSTICE FOR CAYLEE - copyright that!
Me, too! I miss everyone a lot!
Casey Anthony prosecutor: Jury pool was tainted
Publicity before the slaying trial of Casey Anthony, who told police a baby sitter had kidnapped her child, affected the outcome of the case, Anthony's prosecutor said in Kearney on Thursday.
“Thousands of people were convinced that Casey Anthony was guilty before we ever called the first witness at trial,” said Jeff Ashton, one of three prosecutors who tried the Orlando, Fla., woman in 2011 for the murder of her 2-year-old daughter, Caylee.
Ashton was the featured speaker Thursday at the 25th annual Law Enforcement Coordinating Committee and Nebraska County Attorneys Association Criminal Justice Conference in Kearney.
Casey Anthony, 26, was acquitted in July 2011 of murdering Caylee but was convicted on four counts of lying to law enforcement for claiming a baby sitter had kidnapped the child. She is serving one year of probation in Florida for a check fraud conviction.
Ashton recapped Anthony's investigation and trial for the nearly 150 law enforcement officers and prosecutors attending the conference.
Ashton said Florida's public record law worked against prosecutors by tainting potential jurors. Under Florida's public record law, prosecutors are required to share with defense attorneys all of the evidence they have in a case, Ashton said.
Once defense attorneys receive the information, it becomes public. In the Anthony case, as soon as the information was made public, local and national media were saturated with it.
“A month after the 911 call had been released, we had people in an uproar and wanting to crucify Casey Anthony,” Ashton said.
Nebraska doesn't have the same public records requirements as Florida, said Mike Mefferd, a deputy Buffalo County attorney. Information shared between attorneys in a Nebraska criminal case is more limited, and there is a system in place to prevent the type of situation that occurred in the Anthony case.
It wasn't until after the trial that Ashton realized the highly publicized case had eliminated most potential jurors.
“By the process of jury selection, the pretrial publicity had already eliminated 90 percent of the population, and so all you're left with is people who by nature are more skeptical and need to have a greater level of certainty to convict,” he said. “Because of that process, we ended up filtering out all those people who could've put the puzzle together.”
The Casey Anthony case, Ashton said, is a good example of how law enforcement needs to have strict communication with the agencies working with them. After Caylee's disappearance, a private organization volunteered to look for her body.
There was confusion between police and volunteers as to whether the wooded swamp area near the Anthony home had been searched. The area was never searched, Ashton said, and Caylee's remains weren't found until four months after the search.
Ashton retired from prosecuting after the Anthony trial and is running for Florida state attorney. He wrote a book about the case, “Imperfect Justice: Prosecuting Casey Anthony.”
Casey Anthony Is Dreading Court Appearance: Source
Casey Anthony got some unwelcome news this week when her attorneys accepted a subpoena that will force her to take the stand in the civil case against her.
PEOPLE has learned that Anthony, 26, is angry that her required appearance will affect her plans to leave the country after her probation ends in August. She will now have to be available to testify.
"Casey was really hoping to leave Florida and never look back," explains a source close to her. "She was really ready to move on with her life. This has ruined everything."
Anthony will have to answer tough questions about her statements in the days after her daughter, Caylee, was reported missing – and later turned up dead. She claimed that a babysitter named Zenaida Gonzalez had kidnapped the girl, an allegation that turned out to be untrue. Now a woman by the same name is suing Anthony for defamation.
"Casey just wants this case to go away," says the source. "She definitely doesn't want to testify, and she's annoyed that she has to."
These days, Anthony is living in South Florida. She ventures out infrequently, afraid that she will be recognized. But according to two sources close to her, she looks much different. "Quite honestly, she's gained a few pounds," says the source. "She does nothing but sit in front of her computer and eat." Anthony remains unemployed and broke, and, according to probation reports, she recently stopped attending counseling.
One thing she does do: speak regularly with her estranged mother, Cindy. Sources close to the Anthony family have confirmed that Casey began mending her relationship with Cindy several months ago. She does not communicate with her father, George, whom she accused of molesting her.
Anthony will return to the Orange County courthouse to testify in January 2013.
Saw this on Twitter and thought of you all...
Casey Anthony is known for partying -- even while search parties were looking for her missing 2-year-old daughter.But these days Anthony might not be so happy with what's blaring over the club speakers.A year after Anthony's notorious murder trial began, some details live on in the furious flow of some big name lyricists.Yes, Anthony may not have been found guilty in the death of her daughter Caylee, but her trial lives on in rap music from the likes of Eminem to Childish Gambino -- and from up-and-comers like Princeton and Lady. Some lyrics are a serious look at the case, while others are comedic or just plain vile.The shit I’m doin’ this year? Insanity/ Made the beat then murdered it: Casey Anthony," said comedian Donald Glover, under his hip-hop moniker Childish Gambino.Eminem has a profanity-laced smackdown about Anthony in a few lines of "Shady 2.0 Cypher.""Is puke luke warm? Should Casey Anthony do porn?/ Can that chick fit a newborn dead baby inside a freakin' shoebox/ With a shoehorn, smothered in chloroform so she can go get her groove on
"You bring a bitch with life so they take it to trial/ Then feed the jury all kind of lies 'bout they lifestyle," she rapped in "Casey Anthony."
"Say we the home of the free, but why so many niggas locked up?/ You guilty till you proved different and that's fucked up."
Early on in her murder trial, Anthony was scrutinized by the media for her hard partying. Prosecutors accused her of murdering her daughter so she could continue living a booze-fueled, clubbing lifestyle.
Anthony reportedly told a psychiatrist, according to court documents, that she had no recollection of becoming pregnant with her daughter Caylee because she was raped while on alcohol and "another drug."
Tyler, the Creator took that story to heart in a line by his duo known as Odd Future:
"You know Casey Anthony, was handling/ Dropping her kids off so she could come out and dance with me."
I would have written of me on my stone: I had a lover's quarrel with the world" ~R. Frost
Keep me away from the wisdom which does not cry, the philosophy which does not laugh, and the greatness which does not bow before children. ~Kahlil Gibran
For those of you interested in the Casey Anthony case...Jeff Ashton, the Prosecutor who handled the forensic details of the trial, Cheney Mason and the Jury Foreman of that case will be doing a live Ethics discussion tonight 7:30 PM viewable live through the web. The link is on the page but will go live later.
The link is now live to hear ashton and Mason!
Commentary on Ashton - Mason & Judge Alex at Pace University
Casey Anthony: Cheney Mason distances himself from opening statement
posted by halboedeker on May, 31 2012 9:03 PM
Defense attorney Cheney Mason revealed Thursday night that he disagreed with colleague Jose Baez’s opening statement in the Casey Anthony murder trial. In the statement, Baez alleged that George Anthony had sexually abused his daughter.
“I did not know it was going to happen,” Mason said at a conference at Pace Law School in New York. The event added another fascinating chapter to the long-running Anthony saga.
Mason said that Baez’s opening statement was “not the right thing to do.” Mason told law students in the audience that they should never make a promise that they cannot deliver on.
“That was something he did,” Mason said of Baez.
“Should it have been done? In my opinion, no,” Mason said.
The Pace forum also featured former prosecutor Jeff Ashton. The forum had hoped to get the jury foreman to take part, but moderator Thane Rosenbaum announced that the juror dropped out: His parents didn’t want him there because of the negative publicity directed at the jury.
Rosenbaum read a few nasty letters to jurors after Anthony was acquitted of murder in the death of her daughter, Caylee.
Ashton said the criticism of the jury foreman was “inexcusable.”
Ashton said it was a fair trial for both sides. Of the jury, Ashton said, “We couldn’t give them what they wanted.” He cited a cause of death.
“The jury got it right. End of story,” Mason said.
“The evidence was not there,” Mason said later, adding that the jury had done its job.
Mason also lectured Ashton on making assumptions about Anthony. “You never talked to Casey Anthony,” Mason said.
Ashton shot back that the defense would never let him talk to Anthony.
Ashton said he wouldn’t have changed the charges in the case because he thought it was a premeditated murder.
Mason revealed that Anthony was never going to testify at her trial. One reason was that prosecutor Linda Drane Burdick could have questioned Anthony for days. “The trial would still be going on,” Mason said.
Mason repeated his complaints about talking heads on television who weighed in on motions they had never read and who had never tried a murder case. He dismissed HLN host Nancy Grace as “Nancy Disgrace” and said he ruled out prospective jurors if they had watched her show.
But Mason didn’t acknowledge that he had been a talking head for WKMG-Channel 6 before he joined the defense team.
Mason said Anthony is no different from most people her age who like to go to nightclubs. He said the defense was prevented from cutting Anthony’s hair, and that’s why it grew so long during her time in jail.
To critics of the verdict, Mason said: “No matter how much you believe something, it doesn’t make it a fact.”
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I have a new found love for Eminem. And does that arrogant bitch really think people in Costa Rica don't know who she is? She's global. And she doesn't want to testify cuz she's fat? Can't wait to see it. I don't believe she is poor either.....how would she be able to move? She is being taken care of.
I find Cheney Mason's disagreement with the opening statement surprising. That must have been something that Casey and Jose cooked up on their own.
I agree that Casey is far from broke. What I cannot figure out is why her probation hasn't been revoked for lying about her income, etc.
I wonder if she will pay her IRS debt before leaving the country.
I am not surprised that Cindy went running to her murdering daughter as soon as she could. I am surprised that George and Cindy are still together. I suppose that since Cindy is funneling all their money to Casey that George can't afford to leave. I wonder if either one of them are working yet? I mean, really.....how much money can one family make off of a murdered baby girl?
Casey Anthony living with Patrick McKenna, lead investigator for defense team
Ever since her acquittal, up until as recently as two weeks ago, Casey Anthony had been living with Patrick McKenna in West Palm Beach, Florida. If the name sounds familiar, that’s because McKenna was the lead investigator for Anthony’s defense team and had also previously worked on the OJ Simpson case.
According to a source, “McKenna took her in, but got sick of her games and finally tossed her.”
The source also alleges that Anthony and McKenna were briefly romantically involved, but tells us that the romantic relationship between the two didn’t last long and that Casey is now seeing someone a few years younger than her. Good luck to whoever he may be as he is probably going to need it!
#2 Mason IMHO is a liar. Forget about ethics in that man. He said he know George and Cindy were informed on the sexual allegations in an office meeting. Then he denied knowledge of Baez's opening statements.... Yeah sure and the moon is made of green cheese.
#3 I believe Cindy and George may be on disability or have long term policies through her work. What about the movie rights on the Lifetime Movie? You don't think they made money. They do not live an outlandish lifestyle. Don't live in a fancy mansion. They got money allegedly from the Dr. Phil interview and new cars. I'm sure the money was a donation to their foundation so no taxes were paid on it. Their foundaiton location is their home. Scammers take a lesson from these pros.
Linda Burdick is just a very classy Lady. She is exactly what I expected. Jeff Ashton, unfortunately is not what I expected. He should do like Linda and hold himself above the level of a Jose Baez and Cheney Mason, he should refuse to appear with them. I am somewhat disappointed in him.
New actress to play Casey Anthony in Lifetime movie
Virginia Welch to star in movie based on Ashton's Book
The role of Casey Anthony has been recast.
A Lifetime movie based on Jeff Ashton's book, "Imperfect Justice," has already begun filming, but the role of Casey Anthony has been recast.
Canadian actress Holly Deveaux was initially cast to play Casey, but she's out. Actress Virginia Welch is in.
According to IMDB.com, Welch has played in the films "Love Bites" and "Iniquity."
The part of Jeff Ashton will be played by actor Rob Lowe.
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Casey Anthony appeal: Attorneys reveal arguments against her misdemeanor convictions
http://articles.orlandosentinel.com/...z-cheney-masonCasey Anthony's appeal of four misdemeanor convictions in her daughter's death took a step forward Monday, with her defense revealing its arguments for why she shouldn't have been found guilty.
Anthony was acquitted of all major charges in the death of 2-year-old Caylee, including murder, but was convicted on four counts of lying to law enforcement, a first-degree misdemeanor.
The appeal is notable in part because of the effect it has on lawsuits Anthony faces. Zenaida Gonzalez, a woman whose name is similar to the nanny Anthony said kidnapped Caylee, and Texas EquuSearch, the mounted search group who scoured Orange County for the girl before she was found dead, are suing and want to question Anthony.
However, Anthony has deflected most questioning, citing her constitutional right against self-incrimination during the pending appeal.
After several delays, Anthony's lawyers filed their initial brief with the Fifth District Court of Appeal on Monday. Their arguments should be familiar to those who followed the high-profile trial a year ago.
Jurors only heard testimony about Anthony's lies, the lawyers argue, because Circuit Judge Belvin Perry improperly allowed it into her trial. Anthony had not been advised when she made those statements that she had a right to remain silent or that she had a right to an attorney.
Typically, a suspect's statements can be used at trial, even if she has not been read her rights, so long as she made them before she was arrested or taken into custody. Law-enforcement witnesses testified that Anthony was not officially in custody when she lied. However, she was briefly handcuffed and put in a deputy's vehicle.
Anthony's attorneys also argue that her four convictions for lying are improper under the "double jeopardy" clause of the U.S. Constitution, which courts have ruled prohibits a defendant from facing multiple punishments for the same criminal act.
The four lies she was charged with, Anthony's lawyers say, were actually one ongoing act, and shouldn't have been separated into four separate counts of lying to law enforcement. The lawyers also argue that Perry incorrectly ruled against Anthony's defense on an objection to a portion of the jury instructions.
Anthony, 26, has been in hiding since she was acquitted of murder in July. She is currently serving probation in an unrelated conviction on check-fraud charges.
Anthony's appeal could have a major effect on the lawsuits against her.
Through her attorney Cheney Mason, Anthony was recently subpoenaed to appear at a January trial in the Zenaida Gonzalez suit. At a video deposition in that suit, Anthony refused to answer most substantial questions, and her attorneys have said she'll do the same at trial.
Depending on the results of the appeal, legal analysts say Anthony could lose her constitutional protection against self-incrimination. That could put her on the witness stand for the first time and force her to answer questions about her daughter.
However, there's no guarantee that the appeal, though it was initiated almost a year ago, will conclude before her civil trial.
Casey Anthony: Linda Drane Burdick wanted to do a good job for Caylee
Prosecutor Linda Drane Burdick looks mighty glamorous on the June cover of Orlando Home & Leisure. Colleagues raved that Burdick looks younger and slimmer than a year ago during the Casey Anthony trial.
Burdick agreed to appear in the magazine’s report on top female lawyers. A feature by Randy Noles recaps Burdick’s career before turning to the Anthony case. Kudos to Noles for getting any views from the reticent Burdick, who declined to discuss Anthony’s acquittal in her daughter’s death.
“I just wanted to do a good job for Caylee,” Burdick says. “During the trial, I watched and read absolutely nothing. I didn’t need to hear any more opinions.”
Burdick says she assigned the case to herself and recruited Jeff Ashton to join her.
Noles writes that Burdick “struggled to keep Ashton on an even keel” and cautioned him after he laughed during defense attorney Jose Baez’s closing statement.
“I told Jeff that he needed to calm down,” Burdick tells Noles. “What I recall him saying was, ‘You can’t force me not to be me.’ ” But she adds that she doesn’t believe Ashton’s reaction affected the verdict.
Burdick reveals that she hasn’t read ”Imperfect Justice,” Ashton’s book, and won’t. “I lived it,” she tells the magazine. “Nobody on the planet knows more about the case than I do, including Jeff.”
'Most hated' Casey Anthony on the move after being discovered by private investigators
Read more: http://www.nypost.com/p/news/nationa...#ixzz1xXCSVR6ICasey Anthony is on the move again.
The despised tot mom “flipped out” when she learned private investigators, working for a woman suing her, found Anthony’s secret South Florida hideaway, according to RadarOnline today.
She’s apparently moving because of the discovery.
"Casey absolutely flipped out when she found out that private investigators hired by Zenaida Gonzalez discovered where she was," a source close to the situation said.
Gonzalez is suing because Anthony once said a woman named “Zenaida Gonzalez” had taken her baby.
“Casey had been venturing out at night and the investigators had been tipped off by people that had seen her,” according to Radar’s source.
“Casey is a smart girl and quickly determined that she had been found and refused to leave the house or accept service of the subpoena. The PIs weren't stalking her or doing any surveillance, they just wanted to serve her and move on.”
Anthony’s reportedly put on a ton of weight and is hardly recognizable to bystanders, who know her as a slim party girl burdened by a 2-year-old daughter.
Anthony was aquitted last year in connection to little Caylee’s murder.
Before she was arrested and charged, Anthony made up a crazy tale that fictional nanny “Zenaida Gonzalez” had taken her daughter.
The very real Zenaida Gonzalez claims that her reputation was ruined by Anthony dragging her name into the case.
Anthony has to remain in Florida until the end of this summer, serving probation for writing bad checks. When her probation ends, Anthony reportedly plans to leave the Sunshine State, possibly to Costa Rica.
After The Post put philandering ex-Sen. John edwards atop a list of America's 10 most-hated people, an online poll of over 9,000 Post readers picked Anthony as the most hated person in America.