SHOCKER from the Casey/Caylee Anthony case … Caylee’s dad might have been a co-worker of Casey Anthony with who she had a one night stand with.
According to childhood friend Melina Calbrese, Casey Anthony told her that Casey once slept with a man she worked with at Universal Studios named Josh and believed he was the father of her baby, Caylee. Casey Anthony would have a one night stand and get pregnant in the process? Say it isn’t so. Is it believable that such an event could occur? There is no truth to the rumor that Las Vegas casinos have that bet at even money. The infromation came from documents released on Friday, as well as info that Casey stole from Cindy.
Caution Sarcasm Alert: Who could possible believe Casey could have one night stand?
Calabrese said Anthony told her they’d had a one-night stand at a hotel near Universal Studios, where they both worked. Josh had a girlfriend he was planning to marry and already had a child.
Anthony told Calabrese the same story she relayed to her mother, Cindy Anthony: Caylee’s father died in a car crash about the time the toddler turned 2.
Anthony tried to hide her pregnancy until about the seventh month, according to the police documents released Friday.
More absurdity: Why are we not surprised that Leonard Padilla’s name would be mentioned as a potential buyer of the land that was recently put up for sale where the remains of Caylee Anthony was found. It is being reported that Padilla made a $50,000 offer for the property where Caylee’s remains were discovered. One would think that if Padilla truly cared about missing persons, he would make a $50K donation toward searches for other missing persons rather than just keeping his name in the headlines of the Caylee Anthony case.
Karen Wonsetler, the attorney who represents the Chickasaw Oaks Phase Three Homeowners Association, said the community is “absolutely against” the bounty hunter’s idea to turn the land into a memorial for Caylee Marie.
“If we have a shrine literally in the middle of our association, it’s going to encourage unwanted traffic, unwanted attention,” she said. “We do not want this.”
Wonsetler said if the land was purchased and allowed to be turned into a permanent memorial, it would further burden the neighborhood.