Will you be hiring Case Photography LLC any time soon?
It seems the public at large will never be quite ready to put away their animosity towards America’s most hated former mother, Casey Anthony who has found herself in a sticky situation after filing documents to launch a budding photography business.
The filing, Case Photography LLC in West Palm Beach, Florida according to a report via the dailymail comes as the pariah mother, 29 has been staying with a private detective twice her age. According to the tabloid, the private detective, Patrick J. McKenna, 67 once served on Casey Anthony’s investigative team during trial in which Anthony was found not guilty of murdering her two year old toddler, Caylee.
Since her not guilty finding in July, 2011, Casey Anthony has all but lived in seclusion after a Florida court’s decision shocked a nation, which for the most part had decided that the then 24 year old woman had been responsible for the death of her missing toddler whose decomposed body was later found in the trunk of an abandoned automobile.
During her self imposed exile, Anthony has lived off the kindness of her former lawyers as she has attempted to find part time work as a secretary, housekeeper, clerk, and other odd work. In 2013 the woman filed for bankruptcy after owing former attorney, Jose Baez nearly $1 million in legal fees.
Paperwork lodged with Florida’s Division of Corporations reveals Anthony having paid $160 to establish her budding business as a limited liability company operating from January 1 onward.
Anthony’s new business is registered to McKenna’s $500,000 single-story family house, along with her driving license.
Of particular note is the following assertion: Daily Mail Online can reveal the papers have already been copied to Facebook where users who were outraged by the not guilty verdict have posted threats and abuse, promising to bombard Anthony with nuisance calls.
‘We HAVE to harass her so hard she is out of business. reviews on Google, linked in, wherever we can find her,’ said one contributor.
‘Let the Caylee cards flow in by the millions, phone calls too. might have my 5 yr old say “mommy”/’
Another user wrote: ‘Can you imagine hiring a photographer to take your precious baby’s photos and she shows up?’
Anthony has also set up blogs, online slideshows and a Facebook page to showcase her portfolio – but is yet to post a single image.
Of question is what type of photography Anthony plans to take and whether the public will manage to ever give up their anger at a woman who they believe ought to have been locked away for life.
— Austin Hunt (@AustinHunt) February 8, 2016