Casey Anthony will take the stage in a brand-new documentary that examines her life now, more than ten years after her acquittal.
Since her initial arrest for murder in 2008, Casey Anthony, 36, has been speaking on camera in the new documentary Casey Anthony: Where the Truth Lies.
Despite being accused of killing her two-year-old daughter, Casey was ultimately found not guilty.
Casey Anthony: Charged and Acquitted
Caylee Anthony, Casey’s toddler, was reported missing in July 2008.
Detectives became suspicious that the young girl may have been murdered after discovering her remains in December of that year.
But Casey wasn’t charged with first-degree murder until two months before the discovery of Caylee’s remains, in October 2008, and he entered a not guilty plea.
In a six-week trial that ran from May to July 2011, the jury found Casey not guilty of first-degree murder, severe child abuse, and severe manslaughter of a child on July 5.
Where is Casey Anthony now?
She was, nevertheless, found responsible for four misdemeanor charges of giving a law enforcement official false information.
Casey, now 36 years old, is a legal assistant and an accountant, according to Buzzfeed News.
Casey has a “limited life,” according to Where the Truth Lies showrunner Alexandra Dean, consisting of a close friend and a select group of people she can trust, including her previous defense team.
How to Watch Casey Anthony: Where the Truth Lies
Casey is reportedly keeping in contact with her mother and brother, although they are not particularly “close.” She doesn’t speak to them frequently, and I wouldn’t describe their connection as close, but they do communicate, Alexandra said.
Today, November 29, Casey Anthony: Where the Truth Lies airs for the first time on Peacock. The heartbreaking story of Caylee’s death and Casey’s life is revisited in the three-part series.
IMDb quotes Casey Anthony as saying: “For the first time on camera since her culture-defining trial and acquittal 11 years ago, Casey Anthony sits down to explain her side of the story.”
Casey will be debunking stereotypes of her in the documentary (see the video above), and she even has a “jaw-dropping fresh viewpoint on the premature death of 2-year-old Caylee.”