It's Casey Anthony speaking for the first time since she was acquitted of murder last July.
Anthony's changed her look. In the video her hair is cut in a blonde bob. She has thick black-rimmed glasses and she was wearing a tank top with a low neckline in the video.
On the video, Anthony says, "So, this is my first video diary."
Incredibly, she never once mentions her little daughter Caylee. But she does say, get this, she's adopted a dog.
Anthony says, "I have someone to talk to when I'm by myself so I'm not bothering the poor dog who I've adopted and I love. And he's as much my dog as any of the pets I've ever had."
The video about her life since her release from jail is causing an uproar.
INSIDE EDITION's Paul Boyd asked Nancy Grace, "What do you see when you look at this video?"
Grace replied, "Watching the newly released video of tot-mom Casey Anthony in one word to me would be gut-wrenching. Maybe nauseating. Throughout the entire four-plus minutes, not once does she mention her daughter. It's all about herself."
The video was recorded in mid-October. She doesn't say where she is hiding out but she says she will stay there until she has completed serving her year-long probation for writing bad checks.
"I'll be here for many, many months more. Even if I'll be here six months, even if I get off probation early," said Anthony.
The video is now being studied for any clues to her whereabouts. She's seated in a wood paneled room and there's a photograph of two people on the wall behind her. There are no pictures of Caylee.
"It's kind of nice finally to be able to say that I have some belongings that are mine that I will be able to take with me after I leave here next year," said Anthony.
There's speculation the clip was originally made for a pay-per-view event that would have brought in big bucks for Anthony. It was posted on YouTube by Holly Briley, whose Facebook page is called "Boycott Casey Anthony's Future Earnings."
Boyd spoke to Holly Briley, "Why did you decide to post this video on YouTube?"
"I decided to post it on YouTube because I did not want her to make money from it. And I decided if it was going to seen by the public, it was going to seen for free," replied Briley.
Anthony talks about staying in touch with friends on Skype and making more videos. And she claims things are looking up for her.
"The good thing is that things are starting to look up and things are starting to change, in a good way," said Anthony.
Grace said, "Clearly, a bid for money. So far, not one network has touched her offers with a ten-foot pole."