Casey Anthony Dad Says His Acquitted Tot Killer Daughter ‘Shouldn't Be Alive’ Anymore
In an explosive admission, George Anthony says his infamous daughter Casey “doesn’t need to exist anymore,” and revealed he tried to kill himself after learning about the death of his granddaughter, Caylee.
George and wife Cindy were guests on The Dr. Oz Show, and the still-grieving grandpa shared what he intended to be his farewell note.
“I want to hold her again. I miss her. I will always love us,” George wrote. “I love you Cynthia Marie Caylee, here I come.”
He then discussed exactly how he planned to commit suicide.
“I took almost the complete bottle of these 60 pills of Paxil, I can’t remember the MG of it. I took some other muscle relaxers and stuff and, matter of fact I took some of her things with me and I just kept on driving,” George shared. “I drove to Daytona Beach, Florida and found a place that sort of touched me, it was called ‘Hawaiian Hotel.’ When I checked in, I started taking so many pills, I drank a bunch of beer and thought, ‘Well if I get myself so drunk and take all these pills at a certain amount of time, I’ll gradually fall asleep and not wake up.’”
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As RadarOnline.com readers know, George and Cindy’s daughter, Casey, was arrested for and eventually acquitted in the death of two-year-old Caylee. During her trial, Casey’s lawyers portrayed George as a monster, and the two continue to have a non-existent relationship.
But the bitterness between father and daughter goes much deeper than that, as George declared on the talk show.
“She doesn't need to exist anymore as far as I'm concerned,” George flatly said, causing his wife to shockingly follow up by asking what he meant by that.
“She shouldn't be alive,” the estranged father confessed.
What do you think of George Anthony’s emotional statement? Do you agree that Casey “shouldn’t exist”? Let us know in the comments section.
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