Casey Anthony Is Dating a 'Really Special Guy Who Can Overlook Her Past': Report
Casey Anthony has struggled to date in the years since she was acquitted of her daughter's murder.
Casey Anthony is reportedly seeing a new man.
Anthony has struggled to date in the years since she was acquitted of her daughter's 2008 murder, but she's found a "really special guy who can overlook her past," a source told People magazine.
"He is giving her a clean slate," the People source added. "She's now in her 30s. She's a different person than she was when she was an emotionally stunted 21-year-old.
"He sees what she could be."
Anthony, who now lives in South Florida, was famously acquitted in 2011 of her 2-year-old daughter Caylee's 2008 murder despite not reporting her missing for weeks. It was Casey's mother, Cindy, who ultimately called 911 to alert police to the missing girl.
Caylee's body was found months later, stuffed in a trash bag near the Anthony family's house. It was never determined how she was killed.
George Anthony, Casey's father, spoke to Dr. Mehmet Oz about the possibility of his daughter having more children in an interview that aired Thursday on "The Dr. Oz Show."
“Knowing now that she could potentially be a mom again, I hope she does better this time around than what she did last time,” George, who is estranged from his daughter, said.
Should his daughter have a baby, giving him another grandchild, George said, "I hope that child is strong, grows up to be a worthwhile part of society and, the person that she has the child with, I hope they are going to love her and that child immensely.
“I hope whatever life she has left, that she makes something positive happen in her life.”
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