Casey Anthony has come out of hiding after nearly two years of living outside of the public eye and nearly four years after she was cleared of the murder of Caylee Anthony.
Now 29-years-old, Anthony was seen in Palm Beach County where she has moved into a new home. She hid her identity behind a Notre Dame baseball cap and a pair of Aviator sunglasses, hoping to keep her identity a secret. However, photographers were quick to notice who she was and shared the images with the media.
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The Daily Mail claims to have exclusive images of Anthony’s jog, proving her presence in the West Palm Beach neighborhood, where it is claimed she lives in a 2,000-square-foot home in the Toledo section of the community. The images show that Casey Anthony has maintained a level of physical fitness while in hiding, showing that she did not simply waste away waiting for her time to merge back into the public eye.
Neighbors were not notified that Casey Anthony moved into the West Palm Beach neighborhood and stated that they would be stunned if she was actually living there, reported WESH TV. Exact details of Anthony’s home are not known. It is also unknown whether neighbors intend to allow her privacy or will make her exact home known to the media.
The appearance of Casey Anthony jogging in her new neighborhood comes just days after she was spotted at a charity 10K event hosted by Women for Women. Although there are no reports of Casey Anthony participating in the actual 5K or 10K portion of the race, she was seen wearing a white t-shirt, pink baseball cap, as well as a FitBit physical activity tracker and colorful bracelets. It is interesting to note that the image of her jogging in her neighborhood showed her wearing the same accessories.
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It seems as though Casey Anthony is ready to immerse herself back into a public life, albeit possibly slowly. Since her acquittal of first-degree murder in 2011, Anthony has spent much of her time avoiding the public eye as she attempted a bit of normalcy in her life and adjusted to a life without her daughter, Caylee. The exact circumstances behind Caylee’s death are still largely unknown and may never be fully revealed.
In a 2014 interview, Anthony’s attorney, Cheney Mason, claimed that she was still a victim of incarceration, despite her freedom.
“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.”
It seems that Anthony is now trying to move beyond her past and jog her way into a new future.
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