Has Casey Anthony moved to St. Lucie County after being acquitted of first-degree murder in the death of her 2-year-old daughter, Caylee? According to People magazine, she has.
In the magazine's latest issue, Florida-based staff writer Steve Helling gives a description of leaked video diaries Anthony, 25, allegedly made while carrying out a one-year probation sentence for check fraud, handed down in August by an Orlando judge.
In the story, Helling also drops a bombshell, writing that Anthony lives alone in St. Lucie County. Helling doesn't disclose how he discovered Anthony's whereabouts. In 2011, Helling wrote the ebook "Outrage: The Casey Anthony Story."
One person who said she can corroborate Helling's report is Port St. Lucie resident Chrissandra Jennings, who said she saw Anthony at a St. Lucie County stoplight on Sept. 20 around 5 p.m. Jennings, who followed the murder trial closely, said she is not mistaken. Jennings said she posted about the sighting that day on social networking site Facebook.
"She was dead in my face. She had her hair in a bun and it looked like it was highlighted," said Jennings, who added she overheard Anthony yelling into a cellphone while behind the wheel of a white car.
Jennings, who was on her way home from work that day, said the sighting occurred at the intersection of Darwin and Port St. Lucie Boulevard.