Casey Anthony Jail Cheerful
January 12, 2012 by staff
Casey Anthony Jail Cheerful, Sealed depositions from psychiatrists who evaluated Casey Anthony before she went on trial for the murder of her daughter, Caylee, were released by a Florida judge on Wednesday, revealing Anthony’s claim that she was date raped and more details about alleged sexual abuse by her father.
Anthony said she became pregnant with Caylee after passing out at a party when she was 18 years old, according to psychiatrist Jeff Danziger, who also said tests in the leadup to her murder trial indicated that she was not mentally ill — which surprised him.
Anthony, 25, acquitted last July of killing her 2-year-old daughter, Caylee, didn’t know who fathered the girl, Danziger recounted in sealed depositions released by a Florida judge on Wednesday and reported by the Associated Press.
“Two beers, possibly given another drug. Woke up passed out,” said Danziger, reading from notes he took during an interview with Anthony in November 2010. “Don’t remember anything at a party, age 18. This is how she said she got pregnant.”
Danziger had worked with attorneys for Anthony before the trial to see if there were any psychiatric or mental health issues that would be helpful to the case.
In the depositions, Danziger and another psychiatrist, William Weitz, discussed Casey’s feelings toward her father as well as the most recent version of her story of what happened to her daughter.
Anthony’s defense attorney Jose Baez shocked the courtroom during her trial by claiming that Casey Anthony was sexually abused by her father, George Anthony, growing up.
The Orlando Sun-Sentinel, which requested the depositions be unsealed, reported Wednesday that Weitz said Anthony felt George “was a threat to her daughter, based on what had happened to her and that would make her uncomfortable.”
However, she felt “very comfortable” leaving Caylee with her mother, she said.
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