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Former child murder suspect Casey Anthony reportedly “keeps getting drinks thrown in her face,” according to West Palm Beach authorities, with the latest drink-throwing debacle having occurred at a bar over the weekend.

According to Anthony, a woman by the name of Thelma Moya feuded with her at O’Shea’s Irish Pub in Florida over an ex-boyfriend they’d both dated at the same time.

“Anthony said she and Moya were arguing about an ex-boyfriend they had been dating at the same time. According to the [police] report, Anthony told police when the argument got heated, Moya spilled water on her leg and she wanted the incident documented,” Orlando station WESH reported Monday.

But in statements to Fox News, Moya said the reason the two feuded had “zero to do with an ex-boyfriend,” meaning, in effect, that Anthony had lied.

It wouldn’t be her first time telling tall tales. In fact, almost exactly 10 years ago, she was convicted and sentenced for having lied to the authorities about the disappearance of her deceased two-year-old daughter, Caylee.

During that same trial, she was acquitted for Caylee’s murder.

According to Moya, the ex-boyfriend part of Anthony’s allegation was only related to how the two had first met.

“That only reverts to how we originally met,” she said, adding that the two are “not friends.”

“It wasn’t just over an ex-boyfriend. There’s more to it I wish to not say,” she continued.

What’s known is that the feud has lasted years, and Anthony has reportedly had drinks thrown in her face countless times.

“Anthony told police she ‘keeps getting drinks thrown in her face’ and that she wanted the incident documented,” according to station KUTV.

What’s also known is that, despite Anthony’s desire to document Moya’s alleged attack, she refused to pursue a restraining order, according to the police report.

“Police say they let Anthony know how to file a restraining order, but that Anthony replied the issue has been ongoing and that she did not want to file at the time,” station WESH noted.

Nothing else is known about the bizarre encounter over the weekend.

Anthony is considered one of the “most hated women in America” over the widely held belief that, despite her acquittal, she murdered her daughter. The litany of evidence against her includes her lies to the police, the fact that she waited for a month before reporting that Caylee was missing, the discovery of human hair in the trunk of her vehicle and her propensity for allegedly being an unhinged party animal.

Despite her reputation, she’s repeatedly tried to bounce back, first by teasing her own reality show called “Casey Moving Forward” in 2018 and claiming it would make her as big as the Kardashians.

“Thinking about it. The Kardashians sure made it big with so much hate. I am degraded no matter what I do.. may as well live up to the names everyone has for me. I am more than positive it would be a hit,” she tweeted at the time.

Yet when push came to shove, she wound up reneging on the plans a year later because she reportedly disliked not being in charge.

“They want to follow your every move — not happening. Meaning I don’t like the parts that I am not in control of — my life is not a script. They wanted to add things that I didn’t — we will leave it at that,” she said at the time, according to Newsweek.

“I guess the life of Casey wasn’t good enough and wanted to make me more wild to hype up the speculation of me and make what everyone has thought about me all along to be true,” she added.

A year later, she tried again by reportedly filing paperwork in Florida to launch a private investigation firm.

But there was trouble once again.

“Anthony does not currently possess a private investigator license in Florida, a process which includes holding two years of investigative work experience, passing a background check, and passing a state examination,” Insider confirmed.

“According to the Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services, which regulates private investigator licensing in the state, ‘the department will deny your application if … convicted of an offense in any other state, territory, or country punishable by imprisonment for a term exceeding 1 year, unless and until Civil Rights have been restored and a period of 10 years has passed since the final release from supervision,'” it added.

Vivek Saxena

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