She’s the most hated woman in America and she knows it very well. Casey Anthony, who has been acquitted of the murder of her 2-year-old daughter, is now in hiding – and considering moving to another country, a new report suggests.
People magazine says that Anthony is making an effort to stay under the radar, especially since she’s been receiving lots of angry and threatening messages on all channels ever since she walked out of jail.
She’s also thinking very seriously about leaving the country and moving somewhere where people have never heard of her – or, if they did, where they don’t know how she looks.
Right now, Anthony is in Florida but she’s already planning to relocate next year, when her probation is up, the celebrity magazine writes, citing unnamed but reliable sources.
“A source tells People in its latest cover story that Anthony plans to take language classes because ‘she realizes she may have to live in another country’,” the publication writes in its online issues.
Another insider states that living in hiding is taking a toll on Casey, who is a very outgoing person and would love to socialize more, now that she’s a free woman again.
However, she doesn’t have a choice right now, since there are serious concerns about her safety.
“She would love to go out to meet friends and do public things, but she knows she can’t,” says the other tipster.
While staying in hiding, Anthony has been getting the help she needed so badly – and she’s starting to understand how wrong she was to lie to authorities about her daughter’s disappearance.
“Anthony is now seeing a grief counselor and a psychiatrist and has ‘started to learn and recognize her lies and what they did to people,’ says a source. ‘She has a lot of regrets’,” the same People piece reads.
As it must be common knowledge by now, Casey was the prime suspect in her daughter’s murder case, especially because she lied to authorities about the time the 2-year-old Caylee went missing and on various other topics.
Mostly because of this, many still believe she’s guilty, even though she was cleared of murder charges.