Casey Anthony Emerges From Hiding After Two Years
It was chaos outside a courthouse as Casey Anthony made her first public appearance since she was acquitted of murdering her daughter, Caylee, two years ago.
She clung to her attorney, his arm around her neck, while reporters in Tampa peppered her with hostile questions.
"What do you say to the people who say you're guilty of killing Caylee?" asked reporters.
Anthony didn't answer, but her attorney, Cheney Mason, the same attorney who helped defend her at her infamous trial, cursed at reporters and shoved cameras out of the way.
"You don't want me to knock you down," said Mason.
Anthony looked shell-shocked. She's unemployed and told the bankruptcy court she's $800,000 in debt and unable to pay her creditors. It's clear there's no end to the circus that surrounds the embattled Casey Anthony.