Casey Anthony may have been acquitted of the 2008 murder of her daughter, Caylee Marie Anthony, but she isn't out of the woods yet. She's going to have to testify in a civil suit against her, and if the plaintiff gets her way, Casey will have to pay dearly.
Sources reveal that Zenaida Gonzales is going forward with the civil lawsuit against Tot Mom, Casey Anthony. Casey will have to appear, but not in person. She will be required to testify via videotape testimony so as not to reveal her location or open her up to any danger. Since Casey was required to move back to Florida, she has been under strict lockdown and probably won't even leave her home. Chances are if she did, someone would spot her and follow her to her pad, revealing her secret fortress of solitude. So it's for the best that her testimony will be done on video instead of in person.
Zenaida Gonzalez is suing Casey Anthony for defamation because Casey allegedly "ruined her reputation" by using her name as the scapegoat for her daughter's 2008 disappearance. Casey told investigators that Zenaida Gonzalez was her child's "nanny" who kidnapped the child. After Casey couldn't produce any contact details or description for this imaginary babysitter, it was revealed that she was lying. During her intricate storytelling, however, a woman by the same name was facing scrutiny in another part of the state, even though she had no idea who Casey Anthony was.
Hopefully the judge sees things Zenaida's way and Casey has to pay through the nose!
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