Casey Anthony Emerges from the Shadows – You Won’t Believe What She’s Doing Now

Casey Anthony Emerges from the Shadows – You Won’t Believe What She’s Doing Now

One of the Nation’s most hated Mothers has been living a life of recluse since that fateful day when the skeletal remains of her 2-year old daughter were found 5 months after Casey reported her missing. Many people still remember the story and remain unforgiving…so her emerging from the shadows to pick up an old hobby? Not going to be easy…

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Our exclusive images show the amateur shutterbug taking pictures of buildings and street scenes with her Canon digital SLR camera.

Despite having lived as a virtual recluse since she was sensationally cleared of murdering daughter Caylee in 2011, Anthony seemed remarkably relaxed to be spotted out and about.

‘Make sure you get my good side. I’m working here,’ she joked, before trying to turn the tables on our photographer by taking pictures of him from her car.

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Anthony was joined on the day out by veteran private detective Patrick J. McKenna, 67, who was lead investigator on her defense team.

Twice-divorced McKenna is also famous for unearthing the racist police tape that wrecked the prosecution of OJ Simpson and for helping Kennedy scion William Kennedy Smith beat rape charges.

Anthony’s new business is registered to McKenna’s $500,000 single-story family house, along with her driving license.

Paperwork lodged with Florida’s Division of Corporations reveals she paid $160 to establish it as a limited liability company operating from January 1 onward.

‘We HAVE to harass her so hard she is out of business. reviews on Google, linked in, wherever we can find her,’ said one contributor.

‘Let the Caylee cards flow in by the millions, phone calls too. might have my 5 yr old say “mommy”/’

Another user wrote: ‘Can you imagine hiring a photographer to take your precious baby’s photos and she shows up?’

Anthony has also set up blogs, online slideshows and a Facebook page to showcase her portfolio – but is yet to post a single image.

Her interest in photography first emerged during her trial when a psychological assessment listed it as one of her childhood hobbies.

She is said to have taken numerous portrait photos of two-year-old Caylee, whose skeletal remains were found in woodland five months after she disappeared in 2008.

Prosecutors accused Anthony of suffocating the toddler with duct tape and dumping her body but a jury cleared her of first degree murder.

Anthony immediately went into hiding but was forced to surface for a March 2013 bankruptcy hearing where it was revealed she owed her former attorney Jose Baez nearly $1 million in legal fees.

Another of her attorneys, Cheney Mason, claimed in July 2014 that Anthony was living as virtual recluse and working as ‘a housekeeper, clerk, secretary and stuff like that.’

‘She hasn’t been freed from her incarceration yet ’cause she can’t go out,’ he told CNN.

‘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.’

Good luck with having any kind of life – especially in the very state you are alleged to have killed your daughter.

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