Casey Anthony has been flushed out of her hiding place by detectives sent on behalf of Zenaida Gonzalez, who has filed a civil lawsuit against her. She is very angry that it's ruined her plans of leaving Florida in August, when her probation ends.
As we also reported
earlier this week, Gonzalez is taking Anthony to court for claims she made during the investigation to find her daughter Caylee, whom she reported missing and who was found dead later.
At the time, Anthony told police that one nanny named Zenaida Gonzalez had kidnapped Caylee.
The existence of the nanny was never confirmed, but this Zenaida Gonzalez says Anthony's comments ruined her life and she's asking for damages. People
magazine reports that this new lawsuit completely ruined Anthony's plans of moving on with her life as soon as her probation ended.
Since she now has to show up in court to testify in this new civil case, she obviously can't move out of Florida.
“People has learned that Anthony, 26, is angry that her required appearance will affect her plans to leave the country after her probation ends in August. She will now have to be available to testify,” the celebrity magazine writes.
“Casey was really hoping to leave Florida and never look back. She was really ready to move on with her life. This has ruined everything,” says a source.
If she had a choice, she would make Gonzalez's case go away, another tipster explains.
“Casey just wants this case to go away. She definitely doesn't want to testify, and she's annoyed that she has to,” the second insider dishes.
The same report claims that, these days, Anthony spends most of her days indoors, eating and watching TV or spending time on her computer. She's reconnected with her mother but is determined never to speak to her father again.
She rarely goes out because she's afraid she might be recognized.
“Quite honestly, she's gained a few pounds. She does nothing but sit in front of her computer and eat,” says another spy.