Is Casey Anthony’s Ex Shopping A Book?
September 7, 2011 by Post Team
Is Casey Anthony’s Ex Shopping A Book?, The Casey Anthony’s legal team has accused her ex-boyfriend “take advantage” for shopping a book detailing his relationship with Anthony’s mother tragically two years, Caylee, the New York Post reported Tuesday.
“I witnessed the devastating effects of severe dysfunction,” writes Jesse Grund’s proposal – a copy of which was obtained by the Post.
“I know what events in your life have shaped the Casey Anthony vilified,” he adds.
A Florida jury acquitted Anthony, 25, of murdering Caylee in July, but high-profile trial led to him being labeled by some as the most hated woman in America.
Daughter of Antonio, who would have turned six in August, was last seen in June 2008 but was not, reported missing until a month later. His remains were found in a forest near the family home in December 2008.
Anthony has pleaded not guilty to the charge of first-degree murder, alleging that a babysitter kidnapped her son, when the case went to trial this year.
Grund, the son of a minister from New York, Anthony began dating in January 2005. That summer, she said she was waiting for Caylee in a text message allegedly said: “I’m pregnant.’s yours.”
He was present when Caylee was born, but a paternity test revealed that was not the father. They ended their participation in June 2006, when “Casey saw the change in the world the famous” monster seen more game, “says his proposal.
Grund testified at the trial of Anthony without the presence of the jury, and after her acquittal, he gave a round of television interviews, calling the Anthonys a “carnival of dysfunction.”
A representative for Anthony’s attorney, Jose Baez, said: “I found Mr. Grund be very interested in serving himself … the prosecutors told me that Jesse was upset because it was not called as a witness.
“He was adamant on being called to be a bigger box … Jesse Grund and [her father], Richard has traveled to New York more than any other group to do interviews and I would say the same about George and Cindy Anthony.
“There were many witnesses trying to take advantage of the situation, which is nothing new,” said the representative of the lawyer. “People are more concerned with making money than anything else.”
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