Casey Anthony Still Claims that Zanny the Nanny (Zenaida Gonzalez) Was a Real Person at Defamation Deposition
Casey Anthony continues to say that there was a Zanny the Nanny and she is sticking to it. Sorry Casey, you can’t have it both ways, although try you will.
In a defamation deposition, Casey Anthony, the tot-mom who was found unbelievably “not guilty as sin” in the death and murder of her daughter Caylee Anthony, continues to say that there was a Zanny the Nanny, Zenaida Gonzalez. Casey Anthony was questioned on January 23 in a deposition where a transcript of the deposition was filed Tuesday in Orlando, Fla., federal court. However, at her murder trial former Casey Anthony defense attorney Jose Baez told jurors that Casey made up the story.
During her murder trial, Anthony’s attorney Jose Baez told jurors the baby sitter story was fabricated. During the deposition, Anthony’s attorney Cheney Mason said she was not responsible for Baez’s statements in court. [Hmm, wasn't Cheney Mason there too?]
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Casey Anthony maintains that a baby sitter her attorney acknowledged was fabricated at her 2011 murder trial is a real person.
Anthony, who has been in hiding since her trial, was questioned in a Jan. 23 deposition related to her ongoing bankruptcy proceedings. A transcript of the deposition was filed Tuesday in Orlando, Fla., federal court.
Anthony was acquitted in the murder of her 2-year-old daughter, Caylee. After Caylee disappeared in 2008, Anthony told investigators a baby sitter named Zenaida Gonzalez had kidnapped the toddler. The Kissimmee, Fla., woman sued Anthony, claiming her reputation has been ruined.
According to the transcript, Anthony told Gonzalez’s attorneys she met the baby sitter at Universal Studios in 2006 and the women were friends for a little over a year. She said she left Caylee in her care on one occasion in 2006.
The baby sitter did not actually kidnap Caylee, nor did the woman suing for defamation, Anthony said. She declined to answer the attorneys’ questions about why she had lied to investigators.
Anthony waited a month before reporting Caylee missing. The trial ended in her acquittal on the murder charge, but she was convicted on charges of lying to law enforcement.