Casey Anthony biological clock weary wants to have new child as the much maligned woman since being acquitted of murdering her toddler daughter seeks second chance.
Are you ready to start dating America’s most hated woman and even have a baby with her? Casey Anthony, the Florida woman who caused national maelstrom after being acquitted of murdering her toddler daughter in 2011, is in the rush to beat her ticking biological clock as the alleged ‘baby killer’ now wants to have another child according to a new report.
‘She knows she’s getting older,’ a source described as being ‘very close’ to the now 33-year-old told People. ‘She’s not the young girl who everyone saw on trial. She’s in her 30s, wondering what to do next, and hoping that she can find some meaning in her life.’
At her 2011 murder trial, prosecutors said that the single mom, then 25, had killed her toddler daughter Caylee in June 2008 by covering her mouth with duct tape and dumping the body in a wooded area.
They contended that the child had kept Anthony from a life of dating and partying. The skeletal remains of Caylee were found a quarter of a mile from the family home, six months after she disappeared.
A physician called to give evidence at the trial was unable to provide an exact cause of death, preempting prosecutors from linking Anthony to the murder.
Casey Anthony second chance?
Anthony, who lives in West Palm Beach, who since being found not guilty has lived a secretive sheltered life began dating a man last year, only for the relationship to break down and end according to the source. It remained unclear what led to the relationship ending.
‘Marriage, family, the white picket fence,’ said the source. ‘In some ways, that’s very appealing to Casey. She’d want things to be less dysfunctional than the family she had growing up, but she likes the idea of stability.’
Earlier this year, Anthony revealed that she was working on a film about her life. The new initiative comes after publishers and media outlets received hostile calls by the public at large that they would be boycotted should they pay for the much maligned woman’s story- many who still believe she’s guilty of killing her daughter – only to cheat the justice system and remain free.