According to Casey Anthony's friend, 'F--- the Haters,' she does not care about whether people don't believe her

According to Casey Anthony's friend, 'F--- the Haters,' she does not care about whether people don't believe her

Updated on December 02, 2022 10:49 AM by Andrew Koschiev

A member of Casey Anthony's inner circle tells that she does not care if people believe what she said in her new interview for a Peacock docuseries. "She doesn't care if people don't believe her," one of her friends says. "She feels like she said exactly what she needed to say, and she is happy with the show." If people don't believe her or still hate her, she doesn't care."

In 2011, Anthony was acquitted of murdering her two-year-old daughter, Caylee, but she gave her first camera interview. During the interview, she made it clear that she wanted to say what needed to be said. "She said it, and she's relieved that it's finally out." She's saying, "F--- the haters."

The murder charges against Anthony were acquitted

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After Caylee vanished in 2008, Anthony became internationally infamous. Approximately six months after her death, a skeleton was discovered near the house Anthony shared with her parents, George and Cindy. Caylee's remains were found nearby. Although Anthony was acquitted of murder in 2011, her legal team claimed that her daughter drowned in the family pool. Although Anthony was charged with murder, she was found guilty of providing false information to authorities. Her release followed the verdict.

According to Anthony's extensive new TV interview, her father, George, and her brother, Lee, have sexually abused her. Anthony believes that her father staged Caylee's drowning to conceal his abuse of her granddaughter. According to a family source, George is devastated by Casey's new claim. There was no truth to that claim in 2011, and there is no truth today.

Assisting others with their opinions

Although Anthony grew up estranged from her family and lives in South Florida, she says she is not concerned about what they think. The insider tells me she is not concerned with what George thinks of her interview. "She doesn't care what anyone thinks. She lives her life." She's probably going to talk about that chapter of her life for the rest of her life, and she's building a new life with a new family, not the ones she was unfortunate enough to grow up with."

She says that having a voice gave her a sense of empowerment and belonging. She's been listening to others' opinions about her for a long time. It is now possible for her to tell people who she is. Some people are unhappy with her interview. One juror said she wasn't credible. "Once a liar, always a liar," he explained. I would have convicted her if I had heard her talk during court."

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