Casey Anthony, the Mother of Missing Caylee Anthony Sued for Defamation by Baby Sitter Zenaida Gonzalez
Oh what a tangled web we weave when we practice to deceive and the many other people Casey Anthony has hurt along the way without regard …
Zenaida Gonzalez, the alleged baby sitter who Casey Anthony, the mother of missing Caylee Anthony, stated she left Caylee with for a month has filed a defamation of character law suit. People have speculated how long it was going to take for a falsely accused individual to file suit against Casey Anthony. The alleged accusations against babysitter, Zenaida Gonzalez, have been just one of the many lies, fabrications and stories to come out of the moth of Casey Anthony to investigators.
A woman has filed a defamation lawsuit against the mother of a missing Florida toddler after she claims she was accused of kidnapping the child.
Attorney John Morgan says Zenaida Gonzalez has never met Casey Anthony, who he says accused Gonzalez of taking her daughter Caylee in June.
Gonzalez sued Anthony, 22, on Wednesday in Orlando.
Zenaida Gonzalez has been implicated in the disappearance of 3 year old Caylee Anthony by Casey; however, Gonzalez states that she has never met Casey Anthony. Casey Anthony has stated the last saw her daughter, 3 year old Caylee, was in June with a baby sitter named Zenaida Gonzalez. After having been named in the case of missing Caylee Anthony, according to WESH 2 the real Zenaida Gonzalez has been harassed by people and that she lost her job and apartment because of the Anthonys
Meanwhile, Zenaida Gonzalez, whose name Casey Anthony used and blamed with taking her toddler, Caylee, is suing the Anthony family, she said Wednesday afternoon.
Gonzalez has hired prominent attorney John Morgan of Orlando and said she wants to be sure Casey Anthony and her family do not profit from any movie, television or book deals. Gonzalez is suing for slander.
When Casey Anthony reported her now 3-year-old daughter, Caylee, missing in July, she said she had last left her with a babysitter named Zenaida Gonzalez. But Gonzalez does not know Casey Anthony, and investigators say she is not a suspect.
Orlando authorities don’t believe Casey’s story. In typical defense attorney fashion, they state that Casey Anthony was referring to a different Zenaida Gonzalez. Of course she was, she was referring to the dead squirrel, no doubt.
Todd Black, a spokesman for Anthony’s attorney, says this isn’t the same Zenaida Gonzalez Anthony left her child with. Black called the lawsuit frivolous.
Zenaida Gonzales Explains How The Accusation Affected Her Life … What’s in a Name?
Homeless and without a job, Zenaida Gonzalez sat in her hotel room and took comfort in the arms of her youngest daughter.
She has been sucked into the vortex of one of the most highly-charged, controversial, missing child’s case the nation has ever seen, and for Zenaida, it all started with her name.
Mother Casey Anthony, 22, claimed her daughter had been kidnapped by the babysitter. She said she dropped the toddler off with the babysitter on her way to work at the Sawgrass apartments in East Orange County.
According to the story Anthony told investigators, she returned to pick Caylee up, but both had vanished. Zenaida Fernandez-Gonzalez was the name Anthony gave investigators during her interrogation.
“When she said Zenaida Gonzalez it turned my life around. It turned into a point where I wished I wasn’t Zenaida Gonzalez. I wish my name was something else because it made my life that impossible,” Gonzalez said.
She said she never knew Anthony in anyway.