Monster Mom Casey Anthony Planning Reality Show After Murder Acquittal
Notorious mom Casey Anthony is planning a reality show about her new life.
‘Casey Moving Forward’ will document her attempts to rebuild after her shock murder acquittal of her 2-year-old daughter Caylee in Orlando, Florida.
And Anthony, 32, believes that it will be a big hit.
The Daily Mail claims Anthony has been boasting about the show via a private Twitter account.
She reportedly said: “My reality show will be a huge success - I am more than positive it would be a hit.”
And she has even compared herself to America’s most famous reality stars.
She also bragged on Twitter that if the Kardashians 'made it big with so much hate' then she can also make a successful career in reality television.
It is understood that Anthony flew from her West Palm Beach home to New York on December 5, teasing her followers by saying her trip was 'definitely not a vacation'
As RadarOnline.com readers were first to find out in November, Casey had been spotted on a date with Florida barman Antony Karagiannis, 38 who may also feature as her love interest in the show.
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A reality show may also feature her strained relationship with her parents Cindy, 60 and George, 67.
Anthony made the headlines around the world during the six week trial over the death of her daughter Caylee back in 2011.
The little girl’s remains were found in a trash bag in December 2008, close to the family home.
Her mom was accused of involvement in covering up Caylee's murder after she constantly changed her story during the investigation. During the trial Casey's defense also sensationally alleged her father, George, had sexually abused her and was responsible for Caylee's death. George has always denied the claims.
Since the acquittal Casey has led a low-key existence in West Palm Beach, Florida, at the home of private investigator friend Pat McKenna who worked on her defense case.
Anthony has told friends she had been approached to make the reality show and has to make a decision by February next year.
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