On December 11, 2008, two-year-old Caylee Anthony's bones were discovered in a swamp in Orlando, Florida. Now, exactly 10 years later, RadarOnline.com can exclusively report that the late toddler's grave site is a mess and has been completely abandoned by her family.
Florida residents Walter and Jeanine Goodnough confirmed to RadarOnline.com on Tuesday that it's difficult to believe monster mom Casey Anthony and her parents, Cindy and George Anthony, do not honor Caylee at the site.
As RadarOnline.com readers know, the toddler's skeletal remains were found just minutes from Cindy and George's home.
"Most people have forgotten that little angel that lost her life because of her mother wanting to party," Walter told RadarOnline.com.
The Goodnoughs were immediately drawn to Caylee's mysterious death and Casey's trial. Since her body was found, the Sarasota couple has traveled to Caylee's grave site to honor her. With each visit they brought giant crosses bearing her name.
But today, Walter said the couple has lost all hope that visiting Caylee's site would bring them peace.
"We are not going to Orlando. It's just a waste of time," said Walter.
The frustrated Florida citizen is fed up after every cross he and his wife have brought for Caylee mysteriously went missing.
Plus, the tot's grave is a mess, according to the resident.
"There's about three or four inches of water near where Caylee's body was found," Walter previously told RadarOnline.com.
The Goodnoughs vowed this week that they will now remember Caylee "from afar."
"We hope that God will get everyone involved with her death in the end. Rest in peace Caylee," the couple said.
Meanwhile, Casey is believed to be living in sunny West Palm Beach, Florida, where she has attempted to keep a low profile. The shady mom was recently described as a "pathological liar" by her former close friends in REELZ's docuseries, Casey Anthony: Her Friends Speak.
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