Former accused murderer Casey Anthony reveals she’s no longer doing a reality show. Instead, she wants to help “wrongfully convicted” people. The 32-year-old, who was acquitted in 2011 for the killing of her daughter, Caylee, told DailyMailTV that she plans on visiting Scott Peterson, who is currently sitting on death row for the murder of his pregnant wife.
“My next project is meeting with Scott Peterson in California this summer. I have turned down a reality shows [sic]..” she wrote in a DM to the outlet. “I think I will take time and help people wrongfully convicted.” She added that she doesn’t care about people’s opinions: “My opinions on these cases will bring rage to so many people. But you know me, who gives a s–t.”
Casey was branded the “Most Hated Mom in America” during her six-week trial over the death of her two-year-old baby girl. In December 2008, Caylee’s skeletal remains were found in a garbage bag near the family home.
Recently, Casey’s former roommate, Clint House, visited the site where the toddler was discovered. “I’ve never been here before,” he admitted in REELZ’s new docuseries, Casey Anthony: Her Friends Speak. “I’ve stayed away from this and this is too hard to see because I knew this is how I was gonna feel. It’s like somebody just drove by and just threw her body into the closest place they could.” He began to cry and added that she was thrown out “like a piece of trash.”
In December, DailyMailTV revealed Casey was approached by producers to star in her own reality TV show called Casey Moving Forward. She reportedly had until this February to decide if would go ahead with it, but instead said, “I turned down big money of (sic) doing a reality show. They want to follow your every move, not happening … meaning … I don’t like the parts that I am not in control of … my life is not a script.”
“They wanted to add things that I didn’t … we will leave it at that. I guess the life of Casey wasn’t good enough and wanted to make me more wild to hype up the speculation of me and make what everyone has thought about me all along to be true.” She concluded, “I am not the wild child that everyone characterizes me to be.”
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