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Casey Anthony is an American suspected killer with a net worth of -$800,000. Casey Anthony was born March 19, 1986 in Warren, Ohio. She is best known as the mother-of toddler Caylee Anthony, who mysteriously disappeared and whose remains were afterwards found. Caylee was merely two years old during the time of her passing and Casey Anthony was eventually detained on suspicion of homicide of her own child. The consensus of the people was that Casey killed her own child yet Casey Anthony was eventually acquitted by a jury. The public continues to shun her today. Throughout youth, Casey developed a pattern of lying, including deceiving her parents into believing she was graduating from high school when she was really brief of credits to graduate.
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When Casey Anthony was 19, she hid her pregnancy (with Caylee) from her parents and when detected wouldn’t disclose the identity of the father, though she afterwards pointed to several young men, including a fiance who died in a vehicle crash. The real identity of the father remains unknown. On July 13, 2009, her parents Cindy and George Anthony found that Casey’s towed car had a horrible odor in the luggage compartment. Shortly after, Casey told her parents she left Caylee with a nanny who then vanished with Caylee (a whole month prior to Casey telling her parents). The story of the nanny also proved untrue. 31 days subsequent to the disappearance of Caylee, the child’s disappearance was finally reported to the authorities. As the hunt intensified, Casey was arrested when pictures of Casey partying and obtaining a tattoo that read Bella Vita (wonderful life, in Italian) surfaced—pictures shot during the time Caylee was missing. Casey was back in jail just eight days after being released—this time for forging checks and using a friend’s credit card without authorization.
Although the prosecution painted Casey as a dishonest, unfit mother, they cannot convince the jury that she was guilty of killing Caylee and Casey was acquitted in July of 2011. The aftermath of the trial brought about a slew of legislative bills in a number of states for Caylee’s Law, a law that could make it a felony to get a parent or legal guardian not to report a missing child inside a certain time. Today, though she has posted a few videos of herself, Casey allegedly lives somewhat of a ‘hermit’ lifestyle because of public indignation and also the reality that she has still not been released from house arrest/incarceration (for charges aside from the suspected murder charge).