Will a Latina finally get the truth out of Casey Anthony?
The mother who made headlines after her daughter's disappearance, subsequent first degree murder charges and finally an acquittal, Casey Anthony, may be going back to court soon. After 10 months in hiding, Casey Anthony has been found by Zenaida Gonzalez. The Latina is suing Casey over defamation and it's a trial that may have Casey finally taking the stand to reveal the details of daughter Caylee's disappearance, something which she never had to do during her previous trial.
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So why a lawsuit now? Well, back in 2008 when her daughter disappeared Casey originally claimed that the toddler was kidnapped by a babysitter named Zenaida Gonzalez. It all turned out to be false because no such babysitter existed, but now the Latina of the same name is going ahead with her defamation case. Although Casey was originally hard to track down, it seems that she has finally been served with a subpoena to appear in court, according to Gonzalez's attorney, who said:
Our investigation team had her whereabouts pinned down. Their backs were against the wall, so her attorneys said that they would accept service on her behalf. Ms. Gonzalez is happy to hear that Casey Anthony finally will be held accountable just like everybody else.
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It's an interesting turn of events in a case that rocked the nation last year. Apparently Casey Anthony had originally planned to leave the U.S. after her probation ended in September, but she now has to return to Orlando to appear at the trial set to start next January. Maybe we'll finally find out what really happened when she's forced to go under oath to talk about Caylee's death.
What do you think of Casey Anthony being sued by Zenaida Gonzalez? Do you think she will really finally have to take the stand to talk about Caylee's disappearance? Share with us in the comments below!
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