Casey Anthony Trying To Date After Daughter’s Death, Complains That She’s Broke, Bored, And Lonely [VIDEO]

Casey Anthony may have been acquitted in a legal court, but the court of public opinion certainly found her guilty, and she has been living a secluded life, shunned and isolated, in South Florida since her acquittal in the death of her daughter, 2-year-old Caylee Anthony. And her life of seclusion, which, many would argue, she brought upon herself, is too secluded and isolated, Anthony believes.

Casey is growing bored and starting to whine about it. And, in order to alleviate some of that boredom, she has reportedly resumed dating — but finds the field of eligible, willing men rather narrow, apparently. In fact, Anthony not only has trouble finding potential boyfriends — she has trouble finding any sort of friends at all.

Anthony feels as though she “sort of lives like an old person, on a fixed income without much going on in her life,” Yahoo News reports. And now, five years after the death of her daughter, Anthony reportedly relies on members of her legal team for both financial support and to be set up on dates

In other words, Casey Anthony may be willing to date, but it’s hard — she is bored, broke, and lonely.

No word on who, specifically, has been willing to let themselves be “set up on dates” with Casey Anthony. This is the woman, after all, who was once considered “the most hated woman in America” after she was accused, and then acquitted, in the death of her 2-year-old daughter.
BPR reports that Anthony has resumed dating, and has managed to go on at least a few dates since her surprise acquittal, but the dates have been “primarily with men she knows through her very small legal circle.”

Apparently, that’s simply not exciting enough for Casey Anthony.