Anthony? The narcissistic mother in Florida who walked away from a guilty
verdict after her 3-year-old daughter's skeletal remains were found stuffed
inside a trash bag and tossed into a wooded area near the family home?
Well, she’s back.
But before we tell you why, let’s rehash her story.
It all started
on July 15, 2008, when Cindy Anthony, the little girl’s grandmother, placed two
separate 9-1-1 calls—the first of which was a request for police to arrest her
daughter for stealing money and the family car.
someone here that I need to be arrested … in my home," she demanded,
"and I have a possible missing child."
Though the first
call did address Caylee's
disappearance, the focus seemed to be more on having her daughter arrested. But
then, two hours later, she placed a second bone chilling call to police.
something wrong," she cried. "We found my daughter's car today, and
it smells like there's been a dead body inside of it."
She goes on to
say that Caylee was taken and had now
been missing for 31 DAYS!
daughter finally admitted that the babysitter stole her," she screams.
"I need to find her!"
questioned by police, Cindy said that her daughter, Casey, kept giving
different excuses whenever asked about Caylee's whereabouts and a mysterious
babysitter/nanny was usually to blame.
In a recorded statement, Casey Anthony
claimed to have met Zenaida Fernandez-Gonzalez (aka: "Zanny the
Nanny") through a mutual friend whom she worked with at Universal Studios.
She told authorities that Gonzalez had been babysitting Caylee for about a year
and a half and that she would often drop her daughter off at the woman's
apartment. However, police later confirmed that Zenaida Fernandez-Gonzalez
never lived in the complex, nor had she ever met her accuser.
Oh look, here's Casey drowning her sorrows while her daughter's body was lying in the trunk of her car was still missing.
repeatedly lying to police and haunting evidence that tied the mother directly to
the murder, Anthony somehow managed to convince a jury of her innocence—or
rather, provide them with enough reasonable doubt that they had no other choice
but to acquit her of the heinous crime. She was released on July 17, 2011, when
she became the most hated woman in America, and we haven't heard a peep out of
her since—until now.
In a recent
interview with the Associated
Press, Casey Anthony spoke freely for the first time in nine years. The
article states that Anthony views herself as something of an Alice in
Wonderland, with the public as the Red 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
And yet, she
Anthony goes on
to say, "Cops lie to people every day" and that she is just one of
the unfortunate idiots who admitted they lied.
"My dad was
a cop," she divulges, "you can read into that what you want to."
continues to maintain her innocence; claiming that she still doesn't know what
happened to her child, many on Twitter disagree.