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Monster Mom Casey Anthony Caught On Date With New Man – Inside His Sketchy Past

Jan. 4 2019, Updated 9:55 a.m. ET

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Casey Anthony has set her sights on a new man with a sketchy past, RadarOnline.com can exclusively report.

The notorious monster mom – acquitted of murdering her toddler daughter, Caylee, in 2011 – was caught on a date with Antony Karagiannis, 38, at a Florida bar.

The pair cozied up to one another at Bru's Room in West Palm Beach in October, shown in the photo below. Karagiannis, a bar worker, claimed that Casey's horrific past of being accused as the killer of her own child doesn't bother him one bit.

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"Her past is none of my business. I don't know anything about it," Karagiannis told Radar.

"She's very friendly," Casey's new man continued. "When I first met her, I knew the name, but I never really read into it. I don't really care!"

But Radar has uncovered that Karagiannis has a sketchy past of his own. According to an incident report exclusively obtained by Radar, Karagiannis was reported for posing as a cop numerous times at his ex-girlfriend's apartment complex in West Palm Beach. Karagiannis' devised the plan in order to score parking spots.

"Each time he was confronted about the parking issue he advises security that he is a Miami Dade Police Officer and his weapon is in the vehicle," police stated in the shocking report from 2014.

READ THE SHOCKING POLICE REPORT

Charges were never filed against Karagiannis for the parking issue.

Karagiannis is a single dad with an adorable young daughter. As Radar readers know, Casey's daughter, Caylee, went missing on July 15, 2008.

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After the toddler was reported missing, Casey lied to detectives, claiming her daughter had been kidnapped by a nanny on July 9.

Caylee's decomposed remains weren't discovered until Dec. 11, when a meter reader uncovered her skull in a swampy area just blocks from the Anthony family's home in Orlando.

Casey's defense team insisted Caylee drowned in the family's pool — and that the tot's body was hidden by her grandfather, George Anthony.

After a high-profile trial in 2011, a jury found Casey not guilty of first-degree murder, but guilty of four misdemeanor counts of providing false information to a law enforcement officer.

Shortly after Casey was spotted with Karagiannis, her father, George, remarked in a TV interview that he knew she'd been "seeing someone."

He added: "They're very involved, which is great. I'm glad for her."

Although Karagiannis claimed he is "not dating" the accused killer, other sources said he'd left a long-term girlfriend devastated by dumping her for Casey.

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A source close to the ex — who is not the mother of Karagiannis' child — said: "He broke up with his girlfriend because he wanted to sleep with other women. A week later, she went around to move her things out of his place and the bed was a mess. Now he's dating Casey Anthony."

Former party girl Casey recently told a friend she was "open" to the idea of starting a family again.

Meanwhile, her father, who's vowed never to speak to his daughter again, chided: "Knowing now that she could be a mom again https://radaronline.com/exclusives/2018/10/george-anthony-kill-himself-tot-killer-daughter-casey-doesnt-exist/, I hope she does better this time around than she did last time."

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