Casey Anthony Says She Did not Kill her Girl (Caylee Anthony), has “gone through hell” & Is In a “different prison” Because she Doesn’t Leave the House She Has been Hiding In
CRY ME A RIVER CASEY …
Casey Anthony, the “not guilty as sin” tot mom, who was acquitted of the murder of her daughter Caylee Anthony now says she is in a “different prison”. Cry me a river Casey, at least you did not drown in a pool [Casey's version of Caylee's death] and get tossed out in the woods like garbage. You might want to count yourself lucky that you are not in a real prison for the rest of your life. As reported at ABC News, in an interview with CNN’s Piers Morgan, Casey Anthony stated, she “did not kill my girl”. Sorry, but this is what happens when one basically gets away with murder. It was only the ship of fools, otherwise known as the Casey Anthony jury that deemed Anthony not guilty. In the court of public opinion, you are still one of the most hated individuals in America. Maybe you can be a pen pal with OJ Simpson to get pointers.
Wow Casey Anthony picks CNN, a network with no ratings to provide an exclusive interview
Casey Anthony, once described as the “most hated woman in America,” has “gone through hell” and is in a “different prison” because she doesn’t dare leave the house where she has been hiding since last summer, she and her lawyer said in an exclusive interview.
Anthony, 26, who was acquitted last summer of killing her daughter, Caylee, spoke to Piers Morgan of CNN on a phone call for about 10 minutes earlier in the day Tuesday along with her lawyer, Cheney Mason.
Anthony told Morgan that she has “gone through hell,” that she is not a “party girl,” and that she was “ashamed in many ways of the person I was,” according to Morgan.
So what about Casey Anthony’s book deal and making money off the death of her daughter, Caylee? Her attorney Cheney Mason she has not done anything, yet. Key word “yet”. A note to Casey Anthony, no one wants to pay “blood money” for your story.
When asked if she was marketing her story, Morgan said Anthony told him, “I’m not making gazillions dollars [selling her story]. I don’t give an [expletive] about money. … I may have in past. … I was stupid kid. I am 26 now. I have gone through hell.”
Mason added, however, “We are sitting back watching. … When the time comes she will have her story to tell.”
Casey Anthony’s so-called biggest regrets:
Anthony’s greatest regret: “Not being honest,” she told Morgan. “I didn’t trust law enforcement because of my relationship with my father, who is ex-law enforcement, and so they didn’t trust me.”
What is she saying these days about her relationship with her father?
Her take on her daughter’s death: “Obviously, I didn’t kill my daughter,” she told Morgan. “If anything in this world I was more proud of was my daughter. She was my greatest accomplishment. I didn’t kill my girl.”
In a bigger interview, Anthony would have to expand on why it’s obvious she didn’t kill Caylee.
On the public’s perception of her: “It’s horrible. It looks absolutely horrible, and I’m ashamed in many ways of the person that I was,” she told Morgan. “Even then, that wasn’t who I am.”