She may be the most hated woman in America, but Casey Anthony has at least one person willing to lend her a helping hand.
Anthony's tattoo artist, Bobby Williams, has offered to cover up the recently released murder suspects controversial, "Bella Vita," tattoo on her back, Star magazine exclusively reports.
The tattoo artist, who inked the Florida mom in July 2008 after the disappearance of her daughter, Caylee, 2, has no qualms about working with 23-year-old Casey to banish the message, which means “Beautiful Life” in Italian.
"She got off, she was found not guilty!" he revealed.
As RadarOnline.com previously reported, Anthony has been in hiding since being found not guilty of first degree murder, manslaughter, and child abuse in the death of Caylee.
She was forced to return to Florida last week to serve one year probation for check fraud after a last-ditch appeal to overturn the court order was denied.
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Because of that, the Department of Probation will not release the location where she is staying – however, she also said Anthony “would be treated like any other offender.”
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