Casey Anthony Friend Teases Upcoming Interview, Says It’ll ‘Finally Set The Record Straight’

friend of Casey Anthony promises that the 36-year-old’s upcoming documentary will “set the record straight.”

As you may have heard, she is planning to talk about her criminal case first on-camera interview In more than a decade for a three-part limited series Casey Anthony: Where the Truth Lieswhich will premiere Peacock on 29 November. According to a teaser trailer of the show, the doctor director alexandra dean Turns out Casey had no “creative control” over the project. According to the streaming service, there were also no rules regarding what could be asked during the interview.

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But there is a bigger question on some people’s minds: why now? Why did she decide to participate in a television interview after so many years? Well, a source close to Casey shared People that she felt ready to “finally” take out her side of the story, saying:

“Everyone has been talking about Casey for 14 years. But he hasn’t really spoken. So now he’s ready to talk. She would eventually set the record straight. ,


The woman, who became infamous after the disappearance of her 2-year-old daughter in 2008, Kelly Anthony, Six months after the girl went missing, her remains were found in a wooded area near her family home. Casey was charged with four counts of first-degree murder, aggravated child abuse, grievous murder of a child, and providing false information to police. Her murder trial in 2011 completely stunned the public as nearly 40 million people watched the case go down Nielsen Research, However, in a shocking turn of events, she was acquitted of everything except lying for the police and served only some time in prison.

Ever since Casey came out of prison, she has let down and “kept to herself” during her stay in South Florida. the same confidant said earlier People,

“People are always talking s**t about her. Every few months, there’s a story published about what she’s doing, and you guys [the media] Just say what you want to say. But now she feels that the time has come to set the record straight and say what she has to say. She wants her voice to be heard.”

Casey previously opened up about the matter in an off-camera interview. The Associated PressDuring which she said that she doesn’t care about public opinion about herself:

“I don’t give a s**t about what anyone thinks of me, I would never give in. Based on what was in the media, I understand what people think of me. I understand what people think of me.” Why is Rai what they do. I didn’t do what I was accused of, but I fought for three years. Not just for me, but for my daughter.”

We’ll have to wait and see what else Casey has to say about the matter when the documentary premieres later this month. Are you planning on watching it, Perezius readers? Let us know in the comments below.

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