Casey Anthony has spoken out about her daughter Caylee’s death in 2008. The 36-year-old, who was notoriously accused with murdering her 2-year-old daughter and then acquitted, now claims her dad is to blame.
She makes the accusations in Casey Anthony: Where the Truth Lies, a new three-part docu series premiering on Peacock on November 29.
Caylee’s terrible death remains a secret, despite the fact that it occurred in 2008. Six months after she went missing, the child’s body was discovered in a forested area near the family home. The infant drowned, according to Anthony’s legal team. However, the general public continued to regard Casey Anthony as a killer.
Anthony did not totally escape. She was found guilty on all four charges of providing false data to law police. She served time in jail but was released early due to excellent behavior. Casey Anthony is finally revealing her tale after all these years. It’s unclear if people will trust her statements, but the alleged killer delivers a number of huge bombshells in the new interview.
Anthony portrays her dad, George Anthony, as a violent abuser in the docuseries. As a youngster, she claims he smothered her with a pillow. She reiterates her prior allegations that both her brother, Lee, and her father sexually abused her. Both men rejected the allegations and were never prosecuted. However, Casey Anthony now claims that her father may have also abused her daughter, Caylee, and committed murder to hide that fact. Anthony’s first on-camera interview occurs in the documentary.
She wasn’t feeling well, and just wanted to lay down, she recalls the last time she saw her daughter alive. She had her lie in bed with me, she says. Her father jolted her awake by shaking her and asking where Caylee was.
His terror, she said, perplexed her. She would never leave the room without informing her, so she instantly began looking around the house, going outdoors to see where she may be.
She claims her dad was carrying Caylee at the time. She was drenched. He gave the baby to her. Said it was her fault, But he didn’t call 911, and he wasn’t attempting to revive her. With the baby in her arms, she collapsed. She seemed sluggish and frigid.
She goes on, he takes her from her and quickly softens his tone, saying, ‘It’ll be alright.’ She really wanted to trust him. He snatched the kid away from her and left. Anthony claims she then remained with her boyfriend at the time, Tony Lazzaro, but didn’t inform him or anybody else what had occurred to Caylee.
Anthony claims that after that, she had no idea where her daughter was, but she was convinced she was still alive. For the first 31 days, she truly felt Caylee was still alive, she adds. Her father assured her that she was well. She had to continue to obey his directions. He directed her actions. She tried to be as normal as possible.
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Eleven years after Casey Anthony was acquitted of murdering her 2-year-old daughter Caylee, she was interviewed in a new docuseries on Peacock. However, the release of the trailer is provoking outrage. Nancy Grace, who covered the case, says she was actually approached by the makers of the series to interview Anthony. She stated, "I did not want to be part of anything that seemingly glamorizes someone who I believe murdered a 2-year-old baby girl, her own child."Posted by Inside Edition on Friday, 11 November 2022