Casey Anthony Makes Rare Public Appearance at Anti-Trump Protest in Florida
Five years after she was acquitted of her daughter Caylee’s murder, Casey Anthony appears to be living a relatively normal life in Palm Beach, FL.
The 30-year-old was spotted participating in an anti-Trump protest on Saturday, Feb. 4, outside of the President’s Mar-a-Lago club. About 3,000 people marched 2.4 miles from Trump Plaza to the famed estate.
According to WPTV, Casey declined to be interviewed on camera, but told the station that she disagreed with the President’s policy positions.
Once described as the “most hated woman in America,” Casey first made headlines in 2008 when her two-year-old daughter Caylee went missing. Her remains were found five months later in a wooded area near the family’s home, and duct tape was stuck to the front of her skull. The young mom was charged with first-degree murder, but was found not guilty in July 2011. She did serve time in prison on four counts of providing false information to police.
In May of last year, private investigator Dominic Casey claimed in court deposition documents that the brunette admitted that she killed her daughter to defense attorney Jose Baez. She allegedly “dumped the body somewhere and [Baez] needed all the help he could get to find the body before anyone else did,” Dominic stated at the time. Apart from Casey, no one else has been arrested in the little girl’s brutal homicide.
Casey during her murder trial in 2011.
Last February, the Daily Mail reported that Casey had filed paperwork to register a new photography business in her native Florida. While reporters shot photos of her taking pictures, the former inmate allegedly said, “Make sure you get my good side — I’m working here!” She supposedly lives with detective Patrick McKenna, who was the lead investigator on her defense team.
Watch the clip below to see Casey participating in the protest on Saturday night: