Casey Anthony Sighting: Acquitted ‘Tot Mom’ Seen Exercising Near New Florida Home

Four years after being found not guilty in the death of her daughter Caylee, infamous “tot mom,” Casey Anthony has allegedly come out of hiding. According to a report by Daily Mail, Anthony was seen jogging on Monday near her new home in West Palm Beach, Florida. The new sighting is trending on social media.

Photos captured Anthony, 29, out for morning cardio. The reclusive woman sported a ball cap, pair of aviators, casual top, colorful sneakers, and tight jogging pants. Apparently, Casey was strolling in a Toledo home near her 2,000 square-foot home.

According to a report via Broward Palm Beach, a grainy image taken on Mother’s Day appears to be Anthony, who took part in supporting the Women for Women 5K at Bryant Park in Lake Worth. The woman, presumed to be Casey, is wearing the same wrist accessories and black band that were seen in the jogging photos. She is sitting next to an unidentified person in attendance at the charity event.

Previously, the Inquisitr referenced a gossip blog that claimed in 2012 that Casey Anthony had shared-living arrangements with Patrick McKenna, a famous private investigator. He is largely credited with producing evidence that eventually led to O.J. Simpson’s acquittal in his 1997 double-murder trial for the deaths of Nicole Brown Simpson and Ronald Goldman.

Anthony gripped national attention when news surfaced that she was implicated in the death of her 2-year-old daughter who went missing in 2008. Over two months in 2011, her murder trial commanded national headlines, and Anthony soon became notorious. In the end, she was acquitted, but soon slipped out of the public’s eye.

Casey was last seen in 2014 after her bankruptcy proceedings. Reportedly, she filed for relief after accumulating about $1 million in legal fees during her criminal proceedings, along with other debt from various state sources, taxes, and bills from over 80 creditors. Cheney Mason was her attorney. He spoke to CNN about his client in an undated interview last year.

“She hasn’t been freed from her incarceration yet ’cause she can’t go out. She can’t go to a beauty parlor, she can’t go shopping to a department store, she can’t go to a restaurant, she can’t even go to McDonald’s. She can’t do anything.”

Mason says Casey Anthony is plagued by fear from death threats and an unforgiving public. She is trying to live a life of normalcy, but it is proving to be difficult, all things considered.

“Casey is aloof. She is kind of, I think, afraid of people… she’s not real close to. We’ve had a couple of occasions to have social gatherings that can include her — close friends, the (legal) team. She still likes to back away from the middle.”

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