With a source describing activities her murdered daughter will never experience, Casey Anthony validated the depiction many have of her as “one of the most hated women in America.”
July marks five years since Anthony got off scot-free in the death of her 2-year-old daughter, Caylee, whose body was found dumped in the woods near the family home, and the former party girl is bored, according to People magazine.
But a source close to Anthony offers a glimpse that there may be hope for Americans yet.
There’s “not much is going on in her life,” the source told People. “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,” the person added. “When people find out about her history, they usually bail on her. She’s 30, with very few friends her age.”
In short, being away from the glare of the media spotlight makes life dull and tedious.
“She’s got enough money to live, but not enough to really do anything,” the source said. “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.”
Anthony reportedly still resides in South Florida and is being supported financially by some members of her legal team, People reported. There were reports this year that Anthony paid attorney Jose Baez with sex — he denied the claims.
The source claims Anthony has resumed dating, but has only gone on a few dates since her acquittal — primarily with men she knows “through her very small legal circle.”
How infuriatingly ironic that Anthony yearns for the freedom her murdered child will never know.
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