Casey Anthony's Mom Storms Off The Set In Feud With Husband Over Notorious Daughter
Casey Anthony's mother Cindy stormed off the set while being interviewed for an A&E documentary about the death of her granddaughter Caylee.
Cindy's notorious daughter, Casey, was acquitted of murdering her own daughter Caylee, 2, in 2011. America was stunned by the verdict.
A&E is marking the ten-year anniversary of Caylee's death in 2008 with the special "Casey Anthony's Parents Speak," as the Daily Mail has reported. The program featuring Cindy and George airs tonight, May 28, at 8 p.m. EST.
During the special, the Anthonys are back in the home where their granddaughter Caylee is believed to have died.
A preview clip from the show reveals Cindy stormed off the set at one point while blaming her husband for their daughter Casey's alleged lying behavior.
George said, "There was different things that I got the blame for."
Cindy threw her hands in the air and shouted, "No!"
Casey's mom walked away with cameras rolling.
Cindy then insisted to her husband, "No, but I'm telling you, you lied to me for several years and that's where our daughter got it."
George replied, "Don't deny it."
The Anthonys were reportedly in the process of getting divorced when they learned that their daughter was pregnant.
Caylee was born in 2005, and the grandparents doted on her.
But the toddler was found dead and as RadarOnline.com readers know, her mom Casey has lived a party girl life since being acquitted of killing Caylee. Although prosecutors accused Casey of murdering her daughter and hiding her body in the woods, jurors declared her "not guilty." The shocking 2008 murder has never been solved.
Cindy was the one who had reported Caylee missing on July 15, 2008, saying it had been 31 days since she last saw her granddaughter.
The adorable girl's body was eventually discovered that December not far from the home, having been wrapped in a blanket and put into a trash bag.
On the new A&E show, Cindy said in the house, "I was told my granddaughter died in the pool. And I want the f***ing answers to that."
George opined about Casey, now 32, "As a parent you question a lot of times in life you know what did you do wrong, what could you have done better, but you can never go back."
While Casey's father believed that she was involved in Caylee's demise, his wife has hesitated to call her a killer.
According to the special, Cindy sometimes speaks with Casey, while George doesn't.
George and Cindy have suffered big legal problems since the trial, as they've been threatened with foreclosure on their home, as RadarOnline.com has reported.
In August, there will be a trial to determine what will happen to the home after the Anthonys didn't make mortgage payments.
In another devastating setback, they are about to lose the property where Caylee may have died.
Meanwhile, recent sightings of Casey show her going on with her life. She's been spotted partying instead of taking care of late daughter Caylee's rotting memorial.
Casey was also seen smiling at a bar in Florida when her mom was hospitalized for kidney issues.
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