Anthony Offered Airfare
January 20, 2012 by staff
Anthony Offered Airfare, A STRIP club in southeastern Florida has offered its rumoured new neighbour Casey Anthony a job. But a nearby travel agency is less enthused to have her as a local and has said it will provide her with a free one-way ticket out of Florida.
The sign outside Body Talk in Port St. Lucie reads, “Hey Casey we are hiring,” WPEC-TV reported.
People magazine reported last week that Anthony, who was acquitted last July of killing her two-year-old daughter Caylee, had moved to the Port St Lucie area, south of her hometown of Orlando.
Body Talk manager Doug Devlin told WPEC-TV he put up the sign late on Sunday night, shortly after hearing that Anthony had moved nearby.
“I started hearing the gossip around town and I’m like, ‘Whoa, really?’ I wanted to welcome her to our city, as a bit of [a] joke,” he said.
But Brian Scheuble, co-founder of Port St. Lucie-based travel agency Go With God, is less welcoming of Anthony. He has offered her a free one-way ticket to any airport in the world, as long as she does not come back to live in Florida, the Orlando Sentinel reported.
“People are not happy she’s here,” he said.
Scheuble said he did not expect Anthony to take him up on the agency’s offer.
His company – described on its website as a Christian-owned and operated agency that “contributes an enormous portion of all final proceeds to each traveller’s charity, church or religious centre” – is also offering Anthony airfare and accommodations if she will attend the anti-abortion March for Life rally in Washington, DC, this month.
“I think if she really wants to convince people that she’s a certain way … then she might consider going,” Scheuble said.
Anthony’s daughter Caylee was reported missing during the summer of 2008, and Anthony offered varying accounts of what led to the toddler’s disappearance.
At her murder trial, her defence claimed Caylee drowned accidentally and alleged that Anthony’s father had played a major role in covering up the girl’s death. Anthony was acquitted on July 5, 2011.
Please feel free to send if you have any questions regarding this post , you can contact on
Disclaimer: The views expressed on this site are that of the authors and not necessarily that of U.S.S.POST.